Meet the Whales

Get to know some of the gray whales that are frequently observed off the Oregon Coast.

Clouds

Clouds, and her son Cheetah, are a mom-calf pair that we have documented every year of our study since Cheetah’s birth in 2016!

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Equal

Equal’s unfortunate encounter with a boat propeller has provided us a fascinating insight into a gray whale’s stress response!

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Moby Dick

Moby Dick gets her name because she has a whiter pigmentation than most other gray whales, much like the famous white sperm whale in Moby Dick.

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Clouds

Clouds, and her son Cheetah, are a mom-calf pair that we have documented every year of our study since Cheetah’s birth in 2016!

Meet This Whale »

Equal

Equal’s unfortunate encounter with a boat propeller has provided us a fascinating insight into a gray whale’s stress response!

Meet This Whale »

Moby Dick

Moby Dick gets her name because she has a whiter pigmentation than most other gray whales, much like the famous white sperm whale in Moby Dick.

Meet This Whale »