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We Actually Swam with Dolphins!

In early December, one of my college friends came to visit us in New Zealand as the first stop on his year-long round-the-world adventure. He planned a bus trip around the South Island but stayed with us on the North Island for about a week, so we took him to one of our favorites: the Bay of Islands. 1,262 more words

New Zealand

Bittersweet rescue of beached dolphins (South Africa)

January 8th, 2017. Jeffrey’s Bay – A beached baby dolphin was successfully returned to the sea, while an adult male dolphin was inhumanely euthanised in Jeffrey’s Bay, the NSRI said on Sunday. 394 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Dolphin Tail Flukes, Dolphin Lobtailing

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A few years back, when I had only recently volunteered to register cetecean strandings in my area, I got a text to say there was a porpoise washed up on the far end of Tramore beach. 1,242 more words


Bottlenose Dolphins: Together as a Family

This video is a movie of different videos from my most recent visit to Inkfish Bay all strung together into a longer video of dolphins swimming together as a family. 48 more words

The penultimate week!

On Wednesday, myself (Yolanda) and Elena boarded the Cap Finistere for the penultimate week of the 2016 Wildlife Officer season. We didn’t see any cetaceans during our deck watch on Wednesday evening, but as it was a lovely sunny summers evening we both enjoyed being outside watching soaring seabirds and the dancing green waves. 473 more words