The California Gray Whale (1975)
Director: Lee Allen
Runtime: 22 min.
The California Gray Whale is one of the largest animals in nature. This film takes a look at the history and biology of the gray whales, their 9000 mile migration from Mexico to the Arctic, and the effect that humans have had on them.
Trivia: The film is shown daily to visitors at the Cabrillo National Monument and is also available at the Scripps Museum