Here is the wildlife count summary for Tuesday, April 3rd
1 Gray Whale 80 Long-Beaked Common Dolphins
4 Gray Whales
On the morning trip, the Common Dolphins were seen in very clear, blue water. One little calf in particular was fun to watch and was photographed upside-down feeding.
On the noon trip, the 4 Grays stayed together and showed us some tail flukes.
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Best fishes and have a WHALE of a day!
Bob Perry Condor Express