Pelagic Trips

Westport, Washington State

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Pelagic Trips to Gray's Canyon since 1966





Join us for our 2016 season off the coast of Washington State, for our all day trips to Grays Canyon, a submarine canyon which lies 35 nautical miles due west from the mouth of Grays Harbor, on the edge of the North American continental shelf.  The outer half of the shelf and the Canyon support a vast array of marine life. In addition to regular species like Black-footed Albatross and Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel, our trips feature seasonal species such as Laysan Albatross, Flesh-footed, Short-tailed, and Buller's Shearwaters, and South Polar Skua among many other offshore species. We also run three Outer Slope trips in mid-summer, with deepwater species such as Leach’s Storm-Petrel in mind. 

So come on out and enjoy some of these fantastic birds as you can only experience on a Westport Pelagic!

Black-footed Albatross



South Polar Skua

About Westport Seabirds

Possible Species/Season

2016 Schedule



Directions to Westport  (lodging)

Preparing for a Pelagic Trip

2014 Trip Results

Past Years Trip Results

Pelagic Photo Gallery

Marine Mammals/Cetaceans

Birding in Washington State

Black-footed Albatross

Sabine’s Gull

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Monthly update on sea surface temperature and upwelling conditions:

National Weather Service (Seattle) Current Marine Conditions

National Weather Service (Seattle) Offshore Forecasts



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