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10 humpbacks and much more…

2021 07-10 SB Channel – North

Captain Colton found sunny skies and glassy seas all day. Abundant wildlife kept the Condor Express close to the mainland today. Sightings included: 10 humpback whales, 4000 long-beaked common dolphins, 500 California sea lions and 3 offshore bottlenose dolphins.

Our first whale was sighted just 4 miles out from the harbor entrance. It was an active juvenile that threw its tail a bit, did some trumpet vocalizations and made a couple of close passes by the boat. Common dolphins were the area.

A bit southwest, 2 juvenile whales were watched among lots of common dolphins. We were 6 miles southwest of Hendry’s at the time. Soon a single then another pair of whales were observed. Three juvenile offshore bottlenose dolphins rode our bow. (Offshores are usually in larger groups).

Southeast, closer to the NOAA buoy, 2 large, adult whales and lots more dolphins were encountered. Then, finally, 2 active juveniles that threw their tails finished out the sightings.

You never know what Mother Nature has in store. Bob Perry Condor Express, and

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