On Sunday, September 23rd around 1pm, Golden Gate National Parks Endangered Species Big Year stalwart Matt Zlatunich observed several Humpback Whales from the Cliff House, well within the legislative boundary of the Golden Gate National Parks! From Matt:
The leviathons were easily observable spouting and frolicking about. There was seemingly an abundance of food in the area as the seabirds, shearwaters, terns, jaegers, and cormorants, were putting on a good show.
So don’t delay—sign up for your GGNP Endangered Species Big Year, get outside, spot some whales, and then record your observations at wildequity.org to earn prizes for protecting our local endangered species!
Bring friends on your sea watch—the more eyeballs scanning the waves the better.