Schoolhouse last roost for 'The Birds' Museum among few Bodega sites left from Hitchcock film
Christine Delsol, Deputy Travel Editor SF Gate
Bodega Bay -- It could have been the ordinary malevolence of any sea gull stalking food. But the bird planted on a piling just outside the window...
A Letter to the Editor
I don't know if any one has ever told you how much Bodega means to them, but I thought I would try. My family started to visit Bodega in 1962. And excluding a couple years in Vietnam, we have continued the tradition in my family. The trips we took with my Mom and Dad will always be special. There were six kids, and money was always tight. But my Dad could always afford to get us to Bodega. When all of us kids grew up and started families of our own, we did not sacrifice the trips. In fact, the trips took on a more important role, as the only ones that could go were the adults (which was all of the kids and their spouses).
See Whales Migrating Along the Sonoma Coast in Bodega Bay
The epic annual migration of gray whales from the Chukchi Sea off northern Alaska to the lagoons off the Baja peninsula of Mexico is visible from January through April. A great vantage point is the ocean overlook at Bodega Head and the whale watching boat trips in the local area.
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Giants Migrate Along the Sonoma Coast at Bodega Bay
The epic migration of whales peaks from January through May, but is visible during much of the year. Each year gray and blue whales travel south from the Chukchi Sea near Alaska and down to Baja California for winter, then back north for the summer feeding season. A great vantage point is the Ocean Overlook at Bodega Head (see directions below), or various whale watching boat trips launching from the local area.