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Grey whales on the rise in Baja Sur

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Things are looking good in Baja Sur  for the much loved grey whale as numbers  just keep on rising. The fourth official count this year by CONAP showed an increase in both Laguna Ojo de Liebre and Laguna San Ignacio.

The 03 February saw Ojo de Liebre reaching a total of 2,019 whales  - 835 calves and 1,184 adults. With San Ignacio reporting a total of 224  on 02 February - 140 adults and 84 calves.

A big attraction for tourists the increase in numbers of the migrating grey whales, a once endangered species, are a huge success story for the Whale Sanctuary of El Vizcaino. Recognized as the world's most important place for the reproduction of the North Pacific Grey Whale.

This week also saw the successful rescue of a stranded baby whale in Laguna Ojo.

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