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Con el trópico de Cáncer cruzándolo a solo unos kilómetros al Norte, la Sierra Madre Occidental al Oeste, y once ríos desembocando al Este en el Golfo de California; el estado de Sinaloa...

A humpback whale female with her newborn calf. This is the first documented baby for the 2013 winter season along the coast of Mazatlán.

Photo: Oscar Guzón

Female Humpback whales are thought to reach sexual maturity between 4-6 years of age. They typically breed every two or three years, while they congregate in the breeding grounds at low latitudes....

Photographing dorsals

On january 10th a thursday morning, our crew left the marina on two boats in search for humpback whales.  It took us about half an hour before we spotted the first whale spout in the...

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La vida entre dos mundos: mamíferos marinos de Sinaloa

Con el trópico de Cáncer cruzándolo a solo unos ki

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Humpback whale mother and calf pairs early this winter season

Female Humpback whales are thought to reach sexual

15 January, 2013 read more

First recorded sighting of False killer whales in Mazatlan, Sinaloa.

On january 10th a thursday morning, our crew left

26 April, 2012 read more

ONCA on NatGeo TRAVELER

In December of 2008, National Geographic´s TRAVELER Magazine, on its 10th edition for Mexico, published an article about research-based whale watching in Mazatlan with Onca Explorations.

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