Today we headed out with a new group of dolphin passengers. We were watching the radar all morning, as the last two days were squall filled. Luckily we found the dolphins early. It was a group of 12 bottlenose with a single, adult, male spotted dolphin. This is atypical for Bimini. When we do see mixed species groups, it is normally a couple of bottlenose dolphins joining a spotted group. We’ll have to review the video & try to identify the spotted….Included in the group was Tt06 (pictured here). The ride home included a stop to anchor to ride out a pretty intense squall. Luckily, it was fast moving & we were back to the dock, safe & sound. Tomorrow we hopefully head out of trip #26, but not before logging some video & giving our weekly presentation to passengers. Be sure to check out the post below for a new addition – we’ve been singing it (or trying to) all day!
Kel, Tabby & Adam