Exciting Video of Cape May Whale Watching
Watch as a Humpback Whale Plays in the Water off the New Jersey Beaches.
This video was shot aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher sailing out of the Miss Chris Marina in Cape May NJ during August 2012. Dolphin sighting in Cape May are a every day normal occurrence, but we were delighted to catch this Cape May Hump Back Whale off shore aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher.
During migration Humpback whales will stay near the surface of the water. The Humpback whales primarily feed on tiny crustaceans known as krill as well as small fish. They may consume up to 3,000 pounds of food each day. To learn more about Humpback Whales in NJ and other parts of the world please visit Wildlife Field Guide here. Please click on the Humpback Whale range diagram to the left to view the extended range of these whales within the New Jersey Waters
To enjoy a three hour trip departing from Cape May NJ searching for Dolphins and Humpback whales please book your tickets on Cape May Resort SimpleTix for the 1PM Whale and Dolphin Big Trip. Don’ t forget to use Promo Discount Code CAPEMAYRESORT and save 10% for all Whale and Dolphin Excursion trips.
See Humpback Whales in Action in Cape May NJ aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher