Officials: gray whale found stranded on Camano Island

  • 04/5/22

"Each year, typically beginning mid-February to early March, the small population of gray whales known as the North Puget Sound grays, or “Sounders”, detour from their long northbound migration between Baja, California and the Bering Sea, heading east to feed on ghost shrimp buried in the tidal flats around Whidbey, Camano, and Hat/Gedney Islands, and nearby shorelines."

But this year locals have found one sadly washed up on Camano shores.

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