Today again began with swim camp & we had a great time with a group of 4-7 year olds who are just getting the basics. Then, a quick stop home before heading to our weekly presentation. The group had some great questions & as always we hope we provided some insights & enhancement to their vacations. We left the dock at 15:34, snorkeled & headed to the dolphin grounds. We came upon a group of at least 10 spotteds in 32 feet of water. The group included Lil’ Jess (#35), Swoosh (#36), Stefran (#82) & un-named #81. There was also an older calf/younger juvenile with a shallow injury similar to several we have observed this summer. We were able to gather some underwater data, but the dolphins were in & out of view & visibility was as bad as it gets here (approximately 30 feet). Go away gross green water! Until next time, Kel & Darcie
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