28 October 2014

The whole day was over casted but the sea was quite calm the whole day...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 29 2014

28 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The whole day was over casted but the sea was quite calm the whole day. We did some whale watching around Uilenkraalsmond today. We spotted a few different mother and calf pairs during our four trips. One of the calves was brindle, it must be a few month now. The brindle whales are born white but change their colour into grey when they get older. This calf already had a light grey colour. The African penguins were sitting high up on the rocks on Dyer Island today. We had another amazing day with the beautiful wildlife around us.

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