Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas

Common dolphins traveling alongside High Spirits on yet another always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch​ cruise on Monterey Bay.
Common dolphins traveling alongside High Spirits on yet another always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch​ cruise on Monterey Bay. (7/30/2015)
A close up of the head of a Risso's dolphin as it comes up to breathe in Monterey Bay.  Most of that scarring is from its main food source, squid, fighting back when the dolphin tries to eat the squid.
A close up of the head of a Risso's dolphin as it comes up to breathe in Monterey Bay. Most of that scarring is from its main food source, squid, fighting back when the dolphin tries to eat the squid. (7/26/2015)
Taken aboard the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
California condor #470 "Fuego" buzzing the tourists in Big Sur!
California condor #470 "Fuego" buzzing the tourists in Big Sur! (7/21/2015)
Five condors get ready to spend the night in the same tree in Big Sur.   Taken just before sunset when it was already quite dark, hence the grainy image.
Five condors get ready to spend the night in the same tree in Big Sur. Taken just before sunset when it was already quite dark, hence the grainy image. (7/22/2015)
California condor #470 "Fuego" flying in front of the Big Sur coastline and delighting tourists as he flew right over their heads.
California condor #470 "Fuego" flying in front of the Big Sur coastline and delighting tourists as he flew right over their heads. (7/21/2015)
California condors #567 "McWay" and #418 fly over the ocean in Big Sur.
California condors #567 "McWay" and #418 fly over the ocean in Big Sur. (7/16/2015)
California condor #418, a female from the Pinnacles flock, tries her best to intimidate condor #463, a younger male who is just visible in the bottom of the image, as they fly over a piece of Big Sur that #418 and her partner
California condor #418, a female from the Pinnacles flock, tries her best to intimidate condor #463, a younger male who is just visible in the bottom of the image, as they fly over a piece of Big Sur that #418 and her partner (another PNP bird, #351) like to call home these days. (7/16/2015)
Juvenile California condor #665 "Redwood Son" on a Big Sur cliff ledge earlier today.
Juvenile California condor #665 "Redwood Son" on a Big Sur cliff ledge earlier today. (7/16/2015)
Leaping humpbacks always makes for a good day on Monterey Bay.
Leaping humpbacks always makes for a good day on Monterey Bay. (7/15/2015)
A Dall's porpoise rips through the ocean in Monterey Bay.
A Dall's porpoise rips through the ocean in Monterey Bay. (7/12/2015)
Taken aboard the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
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