Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas
A collection of 1,056 images from now through 2011

California condors #470 "Fuego"
California condors #470 "Fuego" (lower) and #550 (higher) circle in the same draft of air in Big Sur. (9/21/2016)
A Pacific white-sided dolphin about to stick her landing during a back flip in Monterey Bay.
A Pacific white-sided dolphin about to stick her landing during a back flip in Monterey Bay. (9/20/2016)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
California condor #204 "Amigo" isn't being too friendly to #773 "Boreas" as he grabs a feather as he chases the juvenile bird of a Big Sur cliff ledge.
California condor #204 "Amigo" isn't being too friendly to #773 "Boreas" as he grabs a feather as he chases the juvenile bird of a Big Sur cliff ledge. (9/21/2016)
A humpback whale lunge feeds at the surface of Monterey Bay, scattering birds as it feeds.
A humpback whale lunge feeds at the surface of Monterey Bay, scattering birds as it feeds. (9/20/2016)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
"Wild Bird", the former home of Margaret Owings, an early and influential member of the environmental movement, peeks out of the marine layer in Big Sur.
"Wild Bird", the former home of Margaret Owings, an early and influential member of the environmental movement, peeks out of the marine layer in Big Sur. (9/17/2016)
California condor #204 "Amigo" checks out the tourists that are checking him out as he hangs out above Highway 1 in Big Sur.
California condor #204 "Amigo" checks out the tourists that are checking him out as he hangs out above Highway 1 in Big Sur. (9/17/2016)
California condor #534 perched on the cliffs of Big Sur.
California condor #534 perched on the cliffs of Big Sur. (9/15/2016)
California condor #650 "Zenith" decides he wants the piece of rock that #718 "Apollo" currently occupies as #550 and #631 "Zephyr" look on in Big Sur.
California condor #650 "Zenith" decides he wants the piece of rock that #718 "Apollo" currently occupies as #550 and #631 "Zephyr" look on in Big Sur. (8/31/2016)
Fatfin, a well known male killer whale in a very glassy Monterey Bay.
Fatfin, a well known male killer whale in a very glassy Monterey Bay. (9/10/2016)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch all day cruise.
A bow riding Pacific white-sided dolphin starts to exhale in Monterey Bay.
A bow riding Pacific white-sided dolphin starts to exhale in Monterey Bay. (9/9/2016)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
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