4-27-21 “Orcas in Glassy Blue Seas”
Zay has returned. Two months of Covid-19 refuge in the Hawaiian islands has sent me back to the mainland with a fire inside, rekindled and emblazoned anew. As the tides of pandemic recede, tourism returns to Monterey, and we the whale fleet are finally feeling the relief of steady business. Just in time; the Gray Whale migration is in full swing, early-bird Humpback Whales pepper the bay here and there, and even the mighty Orca has graced our shores these last few days. Just yesterday, both the Morning and Afternoon tours each encountered their own pod of Orcas (aka Killer Whales!). I feel so blessed to be working as much as I am now, and my passion for inspiration has only grown (tremendously) during my absence. Mother nature (and all of her beautiful; wildlife) needs our help. Environmental crises are legion, and we at Discovery Whale Watch will do everything we can to grow as a business while at the same time spreading awareness about such issues as storm drain pollution, plastic pollution, carbon emissions, endangered species, and the general well being of the majestic creatures that we show thousands of passengers each year. Please help spread the word, and – more importantly – come join us! Every trip is a unique adventure, and I – Zay – so passionately hope to share my love of all things wild with people like you!
Be safe out there 🙂