13 February 2016

During our two trips today we encountered many different seabirds...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, February 13 2016

13 February 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

During our two trips today we encountered many different seabirds. We spotted a few Giant Petrel, lots of Swift Terns, different cormorants and an Oyster Catcher. But we were also lucky to see some marine mammals. On our first trip we had a group of Humpback dolphins close to our vessel Dream Catcher. On the second trip we just had a glimpse on one dolphin which disappeared after one breath. But on the way to Dyer Island we were lucky and spotted two Bryde’s whale.

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