Every year there is a special season that passes, that most people miss out on. It’s not one of the four seasons that everyone experiences every year of his or her life. No, no, I am talking about the migration of the blue whales. Each year they come past California on their way to their winter habitat, and each year people go without seeing them. We here at Main Street Village luxury apartments in Irvine don’t want you to miss out, which is why we want you to know about the migration.

The annual “Giant Blue Whale Migration” brings over 500 blue whales each spring & summer to the waters near Newport Beach. Over 645 blue whales were spotted in 2014, which is a big number because giant blue whales were once considered quite rare off the coast of southern California. However, over the last seven years this has changed dramatically with hundreds/thousands of giant blue whales spotted each year. These giants of the sea reach lengths of up to 90 feet and are the largest of all animals. Along with viewing these giants, the second largest whale in the world, the finback whale has also taken to the waters of southern California during the same months as the blue whales. Other varieties of whales are also possible during this time of year. Along with whales, giant pods of common and bottlenose dolphin are also very likely to be seen. These dolphin pods come within arms reach as they play along side the whale watching ship.

This is definitely something that you don’t want to miss, and the Main Street Village luxury apartments want you to see it, as we are only 19 minutes away from the site. Don’t hesitate to go and see them, as October 31st is the last day you can view them. Once you view the whales you’ll see that it is opportune to live at such a fantastic apartment that has the inside scoop on events such as these and want to schedule a tour. We hope to see you soon.

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