This morning APU students and I worked through some more video logging and they worked on their individual assignments. Then it was out the dolphin grounds and oh, look, more dolphins! What a great start to the research season! Unfortunately, we did not get in the water today, but we were still able to identify Lil’ Jess (#35), Swoosh (#36), Romeo (#10), Tina (#14), Split Jaw (#22), Stefran (#82), Leslie (#80) and White Blotch (#29). There was lots of belly-to-belly behavior, play behavior with seaweed and bow riding. Ok, I’m officially exhausted. Until next time! -Kel
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