Killer whales known to inhabit waters off Central America and Mexico were spotted this week off San Diego and Oceanside; how far north will they go?
Mysterious orcas from Mexico were spotted this week off San Diego and Oceanside. They're rare off Southern California but seem to be headed north.Read More →
Extraordinarily rare sighting could involve as many as 50 of the iconic mammals, which gather in scattered pods off Laguna Beach
Of all the rare encounters off Southern California during the past several months, the showing of as many as 50 sperm whales has to rank as the rarest.Read More →
It's unusual to catch one opah on a sportfishing boat, but anglers out of San Diego manage to land three of the brightly colored 'moonfish' on one day
Anglers on a tuna-fishing trip out of San Diego are surprised to find an opah school in their midst; three of the large moon-shaped fish are landedRead More →
Mammals return en masse after mysterious, prolonged absence, affording opportunity to capture extraordinary footage; 'Truly a rare sighting'
The crew aboard the Manute’a was not sure what type of mammals it had spotted off Dana Point, California, on Saturday, until a closer look revealed they were mysterious pilot whales.Read More →
Alaska Airlines and Mammoth Ski Resort are giving away a snow vacation
Thanks to some recent storms, the conditions at California's Mammoth Mountain are currently the best they've been all season.Read More →
Alaska Airlines and Mammoth Ski Resort are giving away a ski vacation
Mammoth Mountain might just be California's most popular ski resort.Read More →
More mammals than usual are choosing the coastal route, and perfect weather is helping to make the viewing season one of the best ever
Gray whale sightings hit record numbers off SoCal, thanks in part to ideal viewing conditions.Read More →
Prevent ocean pollution by swapping out your thirsty greenery for these hearty flowers, herbs, and shrubs
We consulted the Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano—a regional hub for eco-education—to find out which native California plants will thrive.Read More →
Like many of surfing's rising stars, the Smith brothers, Alex and Koa, spent much of their summer season in the epicenter of the professional surfing sphere: Orange County, California. Not so much for the surf, but mainly to rub elbows with their sponsors, and rub various other body parts of the young female population, which is far more abundant than in their North Shore, Kauai, hometown. Unlike most young guns, these two spent time doing some "outside-the-box" activities like..Read More →
Alex Auerbach put out a wonderful mixtape video with a colorful cast of characters from Alfredo Mancusco to Andrew Jackson. There's also a little kid in there, Glen Girdova, who is killing it and I've never heard of him. Why?Read More →
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