Ojo de Liebre Lagoon,
Guerrero Negro, Baja Mexico
The facts are that Guerrero Negro (Black Warrior in Spanish) is the mating and birthing area for Grey whales. They migrate annually from the Bering sea in Alaska to this place on the Pacific side of Baja, Mexico. There is a large lagoon there where the high salinity of the water makes it easier for the newborn calves to rise to the surface.
Enthusiastic visitors from around the world arrive to Guerrero Negro in order to live the experience of meeting the Gray Whale in the waters of Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, where, from December to March, they breed and give birth.
This wonderful sight - living it and being amazed by the beauty of these giants is a experience capable of renew our sense of wonder.
If this gets you in the Mood to visit - Let us know.
We have a small trip planned for February 2014.
Petting Baby Grey Whale in Guerrero Negro
Quote and other information from: http://www.guerreronegro.org
Photos from: riotravelerskenbetty.blogspot.mx