It’s a perfect time of year to see Grey Whales! They migrate south past Humboldt shores in September-January to give birth and the warmer waters off the shores of Baja. Now they are leading their calves back to Arctic waters. They migrate north in the months of March through June. They travel 70-80 miles per day and tend to travel in groups of two to six. You are most likely to spot the whales from high cliffs overlooking the ocean, Trinidad Head and Patrick's Point State Park are two great locations for whale watching.