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The blue water is coming in, winds are calm and babies are playing

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Summer is HERE

Summer is almost here. I welcome all of you who want to see our dolphins with us. We have two boats so please just call us on the day you want to go before 8 am.  We do eight trips a day or more so we will […]

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Busy Summer

Summer is over and things are slowing down enough to do some blogging. This year I had to bring in another boat and Capt. to accommodate all the requests to meet our dolphin tribe. My husband, Capt. George with his dog Gorgi, and I with my dog […]

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Our two dolphins impacted by fishing line

This is Mohawk and Berkley, two of our dolphins impacted by monofil fishing line.  It was neat to see the two of them together yesterday. I am very fond of both of them. Mohawk of course was the little dolphin we rescued from fishing line in 2009. […]

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Snowy get to play again after three days of time out

Little Snowy has always played with us since he was born. He is two going on three now and the last three days he would not even come say hi. He was sandwiched between his elders and would not be allowed to play. I am not sure […]

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Rozzi the dolphin dog

Rozzi the dolphin dog, he is the best. How our dolphins love him and he loves his work on the boat going to see them everyday. He is amazing.

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dolphin adventure tours

The winds have finally calmed down and the water is becoming clear. Yesterday’s four tours were amazing but one in particular was action packed with a seeing a shark, an eagle ray jump twice and some great bird action around the boat. Not to mention amazing dolphin. […]

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Our Mohawk little girl dolphin

Mohawk has quite a story to share for the rest of her life with her friends and family. She will always remember us for saving her from her life threatening entanglement from fishing line monofil. She is doing great now and is almost six years old. Any […]

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Blue Buttons are at Plethora stage

I have been on this bay for almost twenty years and never have I seen such a plethora of blue buttons, porpita porpita. They are a work of art, they don’t sting, and they are everywhere. They are extremely fragile and fall apart very quickly once on […]

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We just saw Ranger

It is great to see Ranger, a strapping young man now, he is one of our dolphins that we rescued, rehabbed and returned to his family eight years ago. He still comes up to show his gratitude and it is great to know he is wild and […]

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