Our first morning without rain, but lots of wind. The dolphins were early risers too!

Much rubbing, contact and whistling among the dolphins.

Our Wednesday beach trip/picnic was cancelled due to wind, some rain and rough seas (a Beaufort 5!). So, we spent the early AM (Kathleen was in the water by
7AM) observing the dolphins at Bailey's Key. The dolphins were very active with much whistling and social rubbing. Nothing out of the ordinary but
Esteban and Rita both examined Alita's belly.

We reviewed the last 2 days of video with help from some of our volunteer researchers (Team #2). Others took advantage of the diving and reef snorkeling.

Tomorrow our group has their second swim with the dolphins and we'll get to help with check-ups for 6 dolphins.

Till tomorrow,
Kathleen, Robin, John, & Team #2

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