The Coast Guard is asking large ships off the Northern California coast to slow down to almost half their normal speed to avoid collisions with endangered whales feasting on an abundance of krill in the water.
Federal officials are asking large ships to slow down as they approach San Francisco Bay to prevent collisions with whales.
A whale hit the back of his sailboat tearing a hole in it. This happened yesterday off the coast of Mexico, about 400 miles south of San Diego.
The coast guard races out to rescue stranded boaters all over but it’s not because of a giant mammal in the water. This is quite the whale of a tale.
The U.S. Navy says its use of sonar and explosives could potentially hurt more dolphins and whales in Hawaii and California waters than previously thought.
Boaters are being warned to steer clear of a mother gray whale and calf that wandered off course into San Francisco Bay during their spring migration.