Gray whales are making their annual spring migration north this week past the Oregon coast on their way to summer feeding grounds in the Gulf of Alaska. Linda Taylor, with Oregon State Parks, says they're easier to see if you can find a viewpoint with some elevation. If you need help finding the whales, look for the "Whale Watching Spoken Here" signs along Highway 101. There will be volunteers there from 10 to 1 each day during whale watching week. More than 18,000 whales make the journey twice a year.