Rocky Point Rally 2021 Highlights
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Calling all Whale Watchers of Puerto Peñasco. “Secrets of the Whales” is for you.
Those who take boats, binoculars, cameras, and high hopes onto the Sea of Cortez. Nature lovers , adventure seekers, and weekend warriors turned environmentalists. Every winter, many of us try catching glimpses of these magnificent creatures who migrate to the warm waters off Rocky Point. The mega mammals travel thousands of sea miles for having babies and making new ones. But since there is no guarantee of see them on whale watching trips, here is news of an easier way.
Starting on April 22, Disney+ began proudly presenting the National Geographic documentary television series. And there are many valid reasons for feeling proud of this extraordinary and fascinating effort. Soon into the first episode, you will discover this is powerful and quality original programming.
Do not fooled by the Disney branding for a moment here. On this project, “The Mouse” is not just targeting children. Secrets of the Whales is entertaining and educational television documentary content for viewers of all ages.
It boasts Academy Award Winner James Cameron as Executive Producer. He is of course the Hollywood film director famous for his huge success with “Titanic,” “Avatar,” the “Terminator” movies, and more. For this latest project, Cameron brought in his common collaborator and fellow Academy Award winner, Sigourney Weaver. She provides her golden voice in narrating the series.
Over a span of three years, the National Geographic cinematography team was busy chasing whales in the Antarctic, the Azores, Norway, and beyond. Overall, they worked in 24 locations both underwater and on the surface. Each time, they traveled seeking chances to get up close with whales. And as you will undoubtedly see in the docuseries, they were highly successful. You may also learn humans have more in common with whales than you might think. This is a a great way to get your fix before the next migration to the Sea of Cortez and Puerto Peñasco comes at the turn into 2022. Watch the trailer below.