Oregon Whale Watch Week Begins With Livestream

The Oregon State Parks department has kicked off their week for watching Gray whale migration with an ongoing livestream from Depoe Bay.

Posted: Dec. 27, 2018 10:43 AM

SALEM, Ore. — As the yearly mass migration of Gray whales along the Oregon coast toward Baja, Mexico begins again, the Oregon State Parks Department has kicked off their Whale Watch Week with a livestream of the proceedings from Depoe Bay.

"In the Winter we watch nearly 20,000 gray whales from mid-December through mid-January as they travel south to the warm lagoons of Baja Mexico," the agency says on their website.

A live feed from the Depoe Bay Whale Watching Center began on December 27 at 10 a.m. The livestream will continue every day through December 31 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

For more on Whale Watch Week and a list of locations to watch the migration on the southern Oregon coast, CLICK HERE.

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