Saturday, February 21, 2015

A common day with rainbows

What we call "a common day" is a day when we see "only" common dolphins. A day can be great with "only" common dolphins as its fun time with colorful and playful dolphins. Today in total we might have had 100 common dolphins out there on a wild sea and we sure got to taste the flavour of the Atlantic ocean. We encountered several different groups of common dolphins, some more going for bowriding, others making babies and some might even have been sleeping as they was laying very still at the surface, calm and resting. Some dolphins stayed in the front, connecting with our whale watchers and making eye contact.
Our birdlist today: yellowlegged gulls, great skua, Cory's shearwaters and a juvenile gannet flying right above us.

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