This morning we have seen a very big group of bottlenose dolphins. They were spread out over a wide area but got really curious with the boats and swimmers.
We saw as well a pod of common dolphins. Both species, at least part of the groups, were feeding together with Cory's shearwaters.
In the afternoon we saw the same group of common dolphins and several sperm whales, even breaching on the distance. One of the sperm whales went for a deep and long dive showing its tail.
In the Azores, every year the SOS Cagarro campaign takes place between October 15th and November 15th, aiming to save the juvenile shearwaters. Cory's shearwaters are migratory birds that are now starting to leave their nests and getting ready for the oceanic flight.
Photos by Laura González
Fluke Sperm whale
Sperm whale blow left