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October Bottlenose Dolphin Photo-ID

Written by Keith_Rittmaster. Posted in bottlenose dolphin photo ID

 The migratory pulse has arrived, along with loads of Xenobalanus barnacles on fins. As in previous Octobers, we saw lots of airborne dolphins. Monthly sighting statistics for NOAA Fisheries protected species research permit No. 779-1633-00 were:
We were on the water 6 days (in October) with 10 distinct sightings.This yielded a total of 195 identifiable dolphins.

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