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Scuba Diving Magazine: Scientists Race to Figure Out Why Grey Whale Deaths are Spiking

June 13, 2022
  • Species conservation
  • Entanglement
  • Climate change

An unexplained uptick in grey whale deaths has scientists pushing for action—before it's too late.

Published in Scuba Diving Magazine: June 13, 2022

Isla Santo Domingo, one of several barrier islands between southern Baja California’s Magdalena Bay and the Pacific Ocean, is uninhabited. Except in winter.

From January to April, groups of people occupy rows of tents set up against the wind-sculpted sand dunes, hoping for a chance to glimpse the hundreds of gray whale mothers and calves that come to winter in the bay. A similar whale-watching camp pops up in Laguna San Ignacio, almost 200 miles to the north.

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