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A highlight of a Hornblower Whale Watching Cruise is getting a close look at a gray whale. Sometimes the whales come in for a closer look, really close! Here’s a video of a gray whale swimming right along the bow of the Adventure Hornblower taken by a guest who joined us on a cruise last week.
The Gray Whale migration is at full force and we’re celebrating with a contest! Share your best whale or dolphin photo or video from Whale Watching on a Hornblower Cruise on our Facebook page in the comments https://www.facebook.com/HornblowerSD/ for a chance to win tickets to our Brunch or Dinner Cruise. Photos and videos can be from the current or previous Whale Watching seasons. Contest rules
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One of the highlights of the gray whale migration is watching mothers tend to their tiny, newborn calves as they travel south. We spotted our first cow-calf pair on January 7 and have seen a couple other pairs during the week. As of January 13, The American Cetacean Society’s Gray Whale Census has reported 8 newborn calves…