This website will be where I post pictures of encounters with animals, and other bits and pieces of information I think you might enjoy or find interesting. Older pictures are in the Past Picture file.
That's my hand on the face of a baby gray whale. I'm in a sixteen foot-long panga (boat) in San Ignacio Lagoon, Baja, Mexico. For hundreds, if not thousands of years, gray whales have migrated 12,000 miles round-trip between Alaska and Baja. They winter in the warm waters of Mexico, have their calves, and then return to Alaska in the summer to feed. These lagoons were discovered by whalers in the early 1800s…keep reading.