Know Before You Go | The Great Gray Whales of Baja
Weather & Climate
Making the Travel Industry More Sustainable with SEE Turtles
By becoming one of SEE Turtles’ first Gold Sponsors of our new Sustainable Travel Sponsorship program, Nat Hab is supporting our efforts to reduce plastic waste in sea turtle habitats around the world.
How Whale Songs Could Save These Marine Mammals
Nat Hab Expedition Leader Kristina Disney and Bioacoustician Niki Diogou dive into an informative and engaging discussion of acoustic ecology and how the research is helping us understand how human activities and climate change impact vital marine species like the bowhead whale and the sperm whale.
Post-Pandemic, Learning to Trust Again from a Gray Whale
On reaching Mexico’s Baja California, the gray whales find nourishing waters waiting for them. Here, cool ocean currents push oxygen and nutrients up toward the surface, where they blend with the warm sunlight...
Gray Whales and Family Bonds in Baja
My 10-year-old daughter and I went on the Great Gray Whales of Baja trip in April, and seeing a new part of the world through her eyes was magical. Everything from getting up close and personal with mother and baby...
Nat Hab Philanthropy: Whale Disentanglement in Mexico
As a part of the Global Whale Response Network, RABEN is internationally recognized for its successful rescues, having come to the aid of many gray whales, fin whales, tropical bottlenose whales and humpbacks...
Nat Hab Supports Gray Whale Research in Baja
Since in 2019, Nat Hab Philanthropy donates $500 directly to Laguna San Ignacio Ecosystem Science Program for each group of our travelers that visits the great gray whales of San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja California Sur.
Watch WWF’s Ocean Expert Answer Questions about Gray Whales
In 2020, Karen Douthwaite, WWF’s Lead Ocean Specialist, joined Nat Hab during their climate change trip series where travelers could learn about the threats to our planet while seeing some of its most...
In Mexico: A Sanctuary for Gray Whales
One of the largest mammals on earth, gray whales intrigue us not only by their size but with also their actions. They exude peace and gracefulness. The depths of the oceans and lagoons are unknown to us but with trips like Natural Habitat’s: The Great Gray Whales of Baja we get a glimpse of their lives.