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Whale and Seal Watching in Maine
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       Whale watching has always been a popular attraction along Maine's coastline. A "feeding ground" for these hungry, acrobatic mammals is located just 20 miles offshore, so the chance of "sightings" are extemely high! Dolphins, seals, puffins, and other aquatic creatures and sea birds can also be spotted while cruising in the Gulf of Maine. Numerous whale watching tours are offered throughout Maine's coastal towns and cities, with the majority leaving from the Bar Harbor area. These exciting trips are both educational and great fun for the entire family! To hear the sounds of the whales, seals, and puffins, please click on the slide show photos at the top of this page. For further information about Maine's indigenous sea mammals and shore birds, see the related links below. For a map of Maine (PDF file) click here.
 
4Related Links: Whale and Seal Watching

Maine Whale Sightings Page: Maine Dept. of Marine Resources
Maine's Watchable Wildlife: Maine Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife
Maine Wildlife Photo Guide: A Travel Guide for Photographers
Wildlife Watcher: Locations for Wildlife Watching in Maine

4Down East & Acadia Regions of Maine - Cruises

Acadian Whale Adventures

4Mid Coast Region of Maine - Cruises

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4Greater Portland & Casco Bay Regions of Maine - Cruises

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4South Coast Region of Maine - Cruises

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