We congratulate our kitchen staff on completing and passing the three day course of food, health and safety. There were only a few dozen people that actually completed this course in the ENTIRE state of Baja Sur....SIX of our staff completed the course...you see four of them here.
Pedro, Catalina, Ceci & Elsa: our main kitchen staff.
....Absolutely!! in fact how about by a factor by 2.5 x many more than the average of the previous ten years...so if you see 200 whales Jan. 9, then this year there about about 500 compared to previous years....these are the statistcs from the American Cetacian Society out of Los Angeles and their actual whale counts: see below......
Website Link: http://www.acs-la.org/GWCensus.htm
The bottom line is we are seeing record numbers of whales at San Ignacio Lagoon and unfortunately there are very few visitors...Most visitors get their information form old websites and just plane old information about when whales are here in the lagoons....There are only a few boats on the lagoon today taking whale watchers to see the show of a lifetime....
Gray Whale Calves: 87
Adult Gray Whales: 132 Total Gray Whales: 219
this is an outstanding and truly remarkable amount of whales at the lagoon this early in the season. This looks to be a massive migration this year.