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We drew a blank in terms of dolphins on Saturday & on Monday with the weather hampering our efforts. It looked like we were going to do the same yesterday until our last trip at 18:45 when unexpectedly a mother and her calf popped up right underneath the Cliff Hotel. We watched them for a while and then carried on to find 3-4 more dolphins inbetween Cardigan Island & Mwnt. One was a dolphin called "Nippy" that we see on a regular basis. On the seal front, we saw a few seals dotted around on the earlier trips however as the wind died down during the later part of the day we were able to get around cemaes head where approximately 20 seals were hauled up on the beach plus a similar number in the water.

Posted by : Tony Barber - Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Average Sightings Rates


  1 Hour
Trips
Extended
Trips
2013 78%* 91%*
2014 65%* 89%*
2015 55%* 89%*
2016 57%* 86%*
4yr Avg 64% 89%


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