Saturday began a late season dolphin week with Bimini Undersea. I joined the group and very much enjoyed our conversations throughout the trip (thank you!). The guests took an early swim break, marveling at the ‘Bimini blue’ shade of the ocean. Not long after, we saw dolphins! At first we just saw two calves, but we were alert, looking for their mothers. Sure enough we saw them as the two (presumably) mother/calf pairs came together. They seemed to be pursued by a single bottlenose dolphin, but it is always a challenge to suggest what is really going on when observing from the boat. It was great watching the dolphins from the boat, even as the bottlenose dolphin departed and the two mother/calf pairs split up. We’re all looking forward to more trips in the coming days.

Until then,
Kel

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