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Getting A Bit More Lively Sundance !

Despite a bitterly cold north-easterly wind, conditions at Chanonry Point yesterday were pretty much ideal for dolphin watching with a good incoming tide, nice sunshine, some migrating salmon and of course - a good active sub group of the resident Bottlenose dolphins.

How cute is this baby dolphin?

ID#866 "Zephyr" and her eight month old baby were at a very cold and rough Chanonry Point this morning and even in the hail and sleet - this little bundle of joy just looked gorgeous...

Go Sundance!

At a wild and cold Chanonry Point yesterday I had the pleasure of watching two of our adopt a dolphin stars Kesslet and Sundance plus three other dolphins at work catching fish, mainly salmon but suddenly all five dolphins changed direction at incredible speed and went charging off into the distance - obviously in hot pursuit of something small

Hello Sundance

I was down at Chanonry Point this morning braving the blustery conditions but I was glad that I did as not only Adopt a Dolphin star Kesslet but big Sundance was having a look around in the swirling tide too - the first time I have seen him properly

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