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Back on the water

Well, it’s September and it’s unusually warm, both on land and out at sea in the Gulf Stream, so I headed out on another pelagic expedition. 247 more words

Oliver

Pelagic birding in summer

Back in July I joined the Brookline Bird Club in a pelagic birding trip out of Hyannis, MA. It was a full day affair, and promised opportunities to observe up close several kinds of birds that you just can’t see on land, and the chances of seeing other marine wildlife weren’t shabby either. 170 more words

Oliver

By the shore


where the wind
caress the surface
school of fish

silver river flows
powered by the sun

lapping brine
unaware the sardine
feeds the dolphin

swaying kelp below
turquoise shadow play

Poetry

Killer Whales are so Smart They can Learn to Speak "Dolphin"

Link to article.

Killer whales are smart; that we know. Here’s a thing that might tip them into “scary smart” territory: they can learn the language of another species. 306 more words

Interesting

We can be dolphins for just one day!

Wicky if you were a fish, what kind of fish would you be?
Oh Lucy, that’s easy – a dolphin, if just for one day!

Photography

Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin announces $125million redesign

Lake Buena Vista, Fla. – Oct. 23, 2014 – The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel is getting the largest makeover in its history. The hotel has launched a multi-phase, multi-year, $125 million redesign project that will transform every guest room in the 758-room Swan Hotel and the 1,509-room Dolphin Hotel. 494 more words

Disney Planning