Glacier Bay, AK

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Not only home to the Pacific humpback, Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park also hosts a vast array of other species, including minke and
blue whales. The latter are the loudest animals on earth; when first recorded,
their subsonic calls were thought to be earthquakes. A blue whale singing in
Glacier Bay can be heard by his compatriots in Japan.

Season: June to August.

Check Out: The massive ongoing photo-identification
project Alaska Humpbacks seeks
to understand the behaviors of whales in their northern habitat.

North America's Best Whale-Watching Spots

Glacier Bay, AK

Not only home to the Pacific humpback, Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park also hosts a vast array of other species, including minke and
blue whales. The latter are the loudest animals on earth; when first recorded,
their subsonic calls were thought to be earthquakes. A blue whale singing in
Glacier Bay can be heard by his compatriots in Japan.

Season: June to August.

Check Out: The massive ongoing photo-identification
project Alaska Humpbacks seeks
to understand the behaviors of whales in their northern habitat.

North America's Best Whale-Watching Spots

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