(Courtesy Jessie Huggins, Cascadia Research) The remains of a juvenile female gray whale were discovered near the western shore of Bowerman Airport on Monday. It’s approximately 24-feet-long. There was no indication of entanglement, said Jessie Huggins from Cascadia Research. She said it had probably been dead for a couple weeks, and that it was likely one or two years old. You can view it from the furthest viewing point on the Sandpiper Trail with a good camera or binoculars.

(Courtesy Jessie Huggins, Cascadia Research) The remains of a juvenile female gray whale were discovered near the western shore of Bowerman Airport on Monday. It’s approximately 24-feet-long. There was no indication of entanglement, said Jessie Huggins from Cascadia Research. She said it had probably been dead for a couple weeks, and that it was likely one or two years old. You can view it from the furthest viewing point on the Sandpiper Trail with a good camera or binoculars.

Remains of gray whale wash up near Bowerman Airport

The remains of a juvenile female gray whale were discovered near the western shore of Bowerman Airport on Monday. It’s approximately 24-feet-long. There was no indication of entanglement, said Jessie Huggins from Cascadia Research. She said it had probably been dead for a couple weeks, and that it was likely one or two years old. You can view it from the furthest viewing point on the Sandpiper Trail with a goodcamera or binoculars. (Photo courtesy of Jessie Huggins)