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http://www.bajajonesadventures.com (562) 889-4016 Keith (Baja) Jones is an avid writer about Baja travel and about gray whales. Every winter you will find him in Baja, somewhere near the Gray Whales. As the founder of Baja Jones Adventurers, Jones Adventures, Tigress Tours in Thailand and Butanding Tours in the Philippine Islands, he has led thousands of people to Mexico and other interesting locations around the world.

Since 1992 Baja Jones has logged over 3000 hours observing the whales of Baja, while sitting in pangas, on the various lagoons and ocean waters of Baja California, Mexico. Keith has also logged more than 100,000 miles driving the Baja Highway #1 and the many side roads along the way. We believe our leader is the most knowledgeable person currently working as a gray whale watching guide in Mexico.

His writing and photos have been published in a dozen countries and scores of magazines, newspapers and websites. He corresponds with hundreds of writers, environmental activists, biologists, researchers, scientists, students and other whale enthusiasts each year. Each issue of our newsletter is read by several thousand people. Keith recently wrote the Gray whale section for the “Lonely Planets Guide to Cabo and Baja” and the Baja Desert section for The Sanford Travel Guide.

Contact us through:

Web: http://bajajonesadventures.com/ and http://www.greywhale.com/
Email: keith@greywhale.com
Facebook: http://bit.ly/Baja-Jones-Facebook
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmJyevap6AUdpUdbnwgfqbw

Video Code: BJA013

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