This morning the DE staff & I went over a bit of what DCP does here in Bimini before heading to the dock for the weekly presentation/discussion with guests. It was a small group, but they were very interested in learning more about DCP & the dolphins. At 1500, it was time to head to the dolphins groups, but not before stopping at “Atlantis” (aka “Bimini Road”) for a quick snorkel stop. Once we were in the dolphin grounds, we were able to observe a group of at least 8 bottlenose dolphins, including a very young calf. Since the group was very scattered & moving, observations were limited to those from the boat. But, it was still a great day! Until next time, Kel
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