An estimated 25,000 Gray whales swim past Oregon’s coastline each spring, looking for colder water in Alaska. Many whales will be traveling with their calves who were born earlier this year in the whales’ winter hideout off the coast of Mexico. Here is footage of whale a sighting during this week's Whale Watch.

What to look for when whale watching

This video shows a spring day of whale watching in Depoe Bay. Can you spot the four whales in this short video? Weather plays a huge factor in whale watching success, so keep an eye on the forecast and good luck!

Learn more at the spring 2020 Whale Watch update.

This video is from Whale Watching Spoken Here, a website managed by Oregon State Parks.