A whale watching experience is unlike any other — a relaxing and exhilarating experience, with no one watching.
The experience has long been a popular way for people to escape the stress of everyday life, and while whale watching is no longer a popular activity for those looking to relax, it’s still one of the most popular.
“There’s no denying it, whale watching has become one of our favorite activities,” said Maryann Burdi, a whale watcher and a professional photographer who specializes in whale watching.
“We see people with kids and families and it’s just such a beautiful experience.
I’ve seen people being so excited and smiling and smiling for hours after they’ve finished.
I just think it’s really special.”
There are a number of whale watching sites throughout the U.S. and in other parts of the world.
In Florida, whale watchers can check out the National Aquarium’s “Kersey” viewing area or go whale watching with local boaters.
Some have a different focus — there’s the National Marine Mammal Center, where boaters can learn to whale watch, or take part in a guided whale watching cruise.
There are many other ways to see a whale.
The National Marine Fisheries Service has programs like the “Honeycomb” and “The Whaler,” both with interactive activities, where people can learn how to swim, snorkel, dive, swim on a boat or simply sit on a pier and watch a whale for free.
Other whale watching organizations have events like the WhaleWatch America Day, where anyone can learn about the whale’s life and experience a different kind of experience.
The whale watching experiences can be fun for everyone, and many people are drawn to the thrill of the hunt.
Some say they enjoy watching the whales that live near them.
“It’s such a unique experience,” said Jessica Burden, a professional whale watter and owner of the Whale Watch World website.
“It’s a unique thing, so many of us don’t really get it until we actually do it.
But when we do, we feel like we’re part of something special.”
Some whale watching enthusiasts, like John Taylor, also see it as a way to reconnect with nature.
“I’m always fascinated by the creatures and the animals,” he said.
“I have no idea how we survive in this world, but I love it.”
In the summer, whales can be seen in the Gulf of Mexico or off the coast of Newfoundland.
In the winter, it is popular with boaters and beach goers, who enjoy the beautiful sight of whales swimming along the coast and enjoying the calm waters off the island of Newfoundland, where they are found.
The National Park Service and National Marine Sanctuary offer tours and whale watching programs in the summer and winter months, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) offers programs for boaters, beach goer and people who want to take part.
There are also other whale watching clubs, such as the Whales at the Cove or Whale Watching Club of Northern California.
The Whale Watching Society has been around for about 100 years and offers whale watching tours and tours of its whale watching locations.
Its website says its members enjoy the “unique experience of watching one of nature’s most unique and magnificent animals,” and its members also get to see some of the whales in their own home waters.
In many areas, the whale watching community is expanding in the wake of the Endangered Species Act and a federal program that was designed to encourage the sale of endangered species, including whales.
The group, which also includes WhaleWatch Canada, recently announced plans to launch a whale watch cruise and whale watch tours, and has started accepting reservations for whale watching cruises.
WhaleWatch Australia is also expanding whale watching events and tours.
For more information about whale watching, go to whaling.org.