Well, our passenger talk went wonderfully (thanks everyone!), but unfortunately, the dolphin trip that afternoon was cancelled due to severe thunderstorms.  So, we headed out Wednesday desperate for some dolphins.  Unfortunately, all we got was a “swim-by” from some shy/uninterested bottlenose.  That meant that today we were really eager to see some dolphins – and dolphins we saw!  Including, the unfamiliar juvenile, spotted ID#88, whose photo we wanted to include, but the computer isn't cooperating...

 

 

We also saw Tina (#14), Lil’ Jess (#35), Cerra (#38), Niecey (#48), un-named #89 (we think), 2 calves and several other adults.  It was a busy a day and we’ll have plenty of still photographs to ID, but unfortunately we came away with no video – who knew that the camera had been recording under its cover the whole trip out!  We were pretty bummed, but are hoping that tomorrow’s morning trip will make up for it.  

Until next time, 

Kel, Tabby & Adam

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