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The Northern Shelf: Our New Number One

Hello again readers!

This week I (Clare) was joined by Jenna. Jenna is spending a month on the Cap Finistere with us to train how to become a Wildlife Officer and witness some of the fantastic cetaceans we encounter on our journeys to and from Spain. 1,046 more words

Dolphin Days

O Grove’s local dolphins are highly active. In a year of sea surveys, there’s only been a couple of times when we couldn’t find them. 573 more words

Animal Cognition

Fluking fantastic!

Howdy folks!
Clare and I (Chantelle) set out for the Bay of Biscay once again last Wednesday, and on our way were greeted by absolutely stunning conditions in the English Channel. 1,001 more words

Not so Common, Common Dolphins!

Hello and welcome to our weekly blog from the Cap Finistere. It has been a great week with calm days in the Bay of Biscay and some amazing encounters. 1,063 more words

Potential killers claim Biscay

A big hello to you all and welcome to this week’s Cap Finistere blog! Clare and I set off for the Bay of Biscay last Wednesday, and woke up eager on Thursday morning to see what it had in store. 1,083 more words

Seals steal the show all week - then two dolphin species appear this morning!

01.06 – 09.06 2015

Following the frequent sightings of the bottlenose dolphins around the mouth of the Tyne since I first saw them two weeks ago, I was excited to be back on board again. 1,614 more words

Minke Whale seen morning , evening and at dusk!

Following the excitement of the surveyors seeing a minke whale when they were on the route, an amazing 20 passengers were lucky enough to see a minke as we left the Sunderland coastline. 255 more words