Whether you’re stoked to see the desert flowers in November or the Red-billed Tropicbirds of March, it’s always a good time to visit the Sea of Cortes.
The biggest changes are likely to be seen among migrating birds and marine life. Gray whales, for example, spend summers in Alaska and come to Mexico during winter months to have their babies in the warmer southern waters. From migratory to endemic, there is always unique and wow-worthy wildlife to see.
Feeding Frenzy in the Sea of Cortes
Soon, we heard the blow of water as a humpback whale joined the action. Then a second blow was heard as our one humpback whale turned into two.
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I’m sailing on board the MV Safari Endeavour, a small ship exploring the Sea of Cortez (sometimes called the Gulf of California)...
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