Azores Nature Pelagic 2013 Days eight to ten


 Bottlenose Dolphins
 Sooty Shearwater
 Sperm Whale breaching
Goldcrest- an endemic island form on Santa Maria
Well that was a rather pleasant disaster. No Whale Sharks despite hours and hours of searching over three days. Didn’t help that the tuna fishing fleet were having a tuna festival instead of out fishing and reporting whale shark sightings. Also seems like there was an early influx of Whale Sharks this year in August so it’s possible the migration occurred early this year.
Dipping highlights included breaching Sperm Whales, pods of Common and Spotted Dolphin, Bulwer’s Petrel, a Grant’s Petrel at dusk, Sooty, Great and Cory’s Shearwaters, Loggerhead Turtle and good company while searching the quiet seas.
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