Xenia shares with us her seventeenth week in Bimini for this summer field season. Read more: Bimini Dolphin Research
And, we saw dolphins each day at anchor this week. We definitely have enough data from this summer to keep us busy this fall and winter. Read more: Trip #4 2001 - Summary
Everyone scrambles to rinse and dry gear and squeeze assorted belongings into bags that seem to have shrunk. Read more: Last Day of this Trip
Early morning rain and slightly calmer seas still brought no dolphins to us. Read more: Our last day at sea for Trip 4...
  ... we saw a few elusive dolphins among the numerous whitecaps. We also visited the Sugar Wreck and saw several nurse sharks.
Read more: Wednesday - choppiness returned
The end of our first watch brought the familiar 'Dolphins off the port side'. It was 8 AM and almost everyone had been awake ... Read more: Early Morning Wake-up Call...
The first half of the day was rain and cloud-filled while the second was sunny and warm. Read more: A Rain-squall and lots of Lightning!
Yes, we were a day late for the routine trip dates of Saturday to Friday for our Bahamas field work; however, our flights were swift and uneventful. Read more: Early morning departure
Xenia shares with us her sixteenth week in Bimini for this summer field season. Read more: Bimini Dolphin Research
We could not have planned or asked for a better week in terms of weather. And, we also were blessed with lots and lots of dolphin observations. Read more: Trip #3 Summary

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