Terry Clark is having a pretty great 2019 so far. That’s because the whale lover and volunteer whale spotter has seen humpback whale after humpback whale off of her balcony at Flagler Beach since the new year.
“It’s a very active year at the ocean that we haven’t seen in almost two years,” Clark said.
Clark is actually part 200 volunteers who are helping Marineland track whale activity along 70 miles of Florida coastline.
Researchers aren’t exactly sure why there are so many whales popping up several months earlier than normal, but you won’t hear Clark complaining.
HUMPBACK WHALE SIGHTINGS IN FLORIDA: Terry Clark is one of 200 volunteer whale spotters surveying a 70-mile stretch of Florida coastline. Clark says 2019 is off to a rousing start, as she has spotted humpback whales just off the sand at Flagler Beach, five out of the last six days. MORE: https://bit.ly/2TAGCJZ
Posted by Fox 35 WOFL on Monday, January 7, 2019