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Dolphin Report – Wed Aug 25 and Reggae Party Cruise attachment

Whale and Dolphin Watchers, You never know what mother nature has in store for you.  Today we ran into fog and medium choppy seas which precluded our making the long haul way, way out to the feeding grounds.  So instead, the Condor Express ran to the OLD feeding areas off Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz Islands.   Here is what the Condor Express closely watched today: 50 California Sea Lions 20 Risso's Dolphins

25 Common Dolphins

If the sea conditions improve, we could be back out to the big aggregation of Blue's and Humpback's, or heading for any one of several interesting Cetacean hot spots.

Sign up now and tell your friends.  Call 1-888-77WHALE or 805-882-0088 to get your name on the list before all the spots fill up. Photographs from today's adventure will be available online tomorrow on the boat photo site: Best fishes and have a WHALE of a day ! Bob Perry Condor Express PS   This email address is outgoing only, to reach a human being, email me directly at

PPS  Please pass along the informative bulletin attached to this message regarding the Aug 27 Reggae Party Cruise.  It should be a blast!

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