Gray whales make one of the longest migrations of any mammal on Earth. Every year of their lives they swim more than 10,000 miles in a roundtrip migration between nursery lagoons in Mexico and feeding grounds in the Arctic. Changing seasons drive this endless migration.
What can gray whales teach us about survival? You're invited to track the gray whale's monumental migration each spring with Journey North. Glimpse the mysterious world of these gentle giants and explore factors that drive their migration. Discover why the gray whale's story is one of nature's most incredible examples of adaptation and survival.