Today was a great day in part because the dolphins showed up early & close to the island, which allowed us to get home before some stormy weather hit the island. We observed a group of 12 spotteds, which included at least 6 calves! We were able to get in the water for a bit & visibility was amazing- yay! We don’t think we’ve ever been in the water with 6 calves at once; it was very cool. Romeo (#10), Juliette (#12), Stefran (#82) & un-named #81 & #25 were in attendance, as well as possibly Lone Star (#56) & un-named #70, who we think is #81’s mother. Tomorrow is the final day of this dolphin week. We hope the weather improves! Until then, Kel & Darcie
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