Gray Whales Video Gallery:
Gray whales feed predominantly on prey found on the sea floor, such as small crustaceans similar to sand fleas seen on beaches. Often seen on Eagle Wing Tours whale watch adventures in the waters surrounding Victoria BC Canada, they scoop up sediment and use their baleen–thin plates which hang from upper jaws in place of teeth–to strain out their prey. Gray's perform the longest migration of any mammal as they migrate from their calving lagoons in Mexico to the Bering sea to feed. Whales stop off at Vancouver Island regularly en route and are seen on many of our whale watching adventures.