No plans for Memorial Day weekend? Take a weekend to surround yourself with marine life on a Searcher Natural History Tour Wildlife Weekend. We’ll take you to the deep offshore waters of San Diego and cruise past the Los Coronados islands of the coast of Baja, Mexico. Blue and fin whales; seabirds such as albatross, shearwaters, storm-petrels, and terns; common and Risso’s dolphins; elephant seals and California sea lions, and much more are expected. Join Searcher crew and expert naturalists on a San Diego whale watching tour, a weekend to remember!
Wildlife Weekend Itinerary: Saturday, May 28th – Monday, May 30th, 2011
Day 1: Board Searcher at 8 a.m. at Fisherman’s Landing in San Diego on Saturday, May 28th. Then we’re off to look for dolphins and migrating blue whales as we make our way to the 9-mile bank. We’ll spend the rest of the day over deep-water areas where we encounter pelagic birds and other marine life.
Day 2: Spend the entire day offshore searching and observing marine mammals and seabirds.
Day 3: Cruise through Mexican waters past Los Coronados Islands to view seabirds, elephant seals, California sea lions, and other animals that use these remote islets for resting, nesting, and feeding. Arrive back to the dock at Fisherman’s Landing by noon on Monday, May 30th.
Cost: $450 (Includes all meals, beverages, and on-board accommodations). A portion of the sale of each ticket goes to support ACS and its education, research, and conservation initiatives!
Whale Watching Tour Reservations: To reserve your spot aboard The Searcher visit www.bajawhale.com
Or contact Celia Condit:
Email: searcher [at] bajawhale.com
Searcher Natural History Tours,
2838 Garrison Street,
San Diego, CA 92106
Thanks! Update Provided by:
Cheryl M. McCormick, Ph.D.
American Cetacean Society