March 23rd

March 26th, 2019

Exciting trip out today with a truly wonderful eclectic mix and phenomenal diversity of species if ever there was one. As we explored offshore, we had some joyful and magical interactions with those dear tiny, little harbour porpoise, delightfully maintaining our 100% cetacean sightings record. Multiple Atlantic grey seal sightings added to the mix as we searched through the sheltered inshore bays. With a fabulous forecast building well into next week, there is no better time to be joining us and heading offshore as with plankton feeders coming coming into the bay, and a sea surface temp running at a high 11.09 Celsius, you never know if there could be some basking sharks lurking below.

My dedicated wildlife adventure cruises are available daily, throughout the week, with free car parking for all and just a minimum of two people booked on board. Being a passionate naturalist first and foremost, I’m always happy and incredibly excited to be heading out offshore to document and record all the fascinating and wonderful wildlife available to us in the rich and sheltered waters of Falmouth Bay. If you would like to find out more about my wildlife adventure cruises please email info@akwildlifecruises.co.uk or phone either 01326 316098 or 753389. Looking forward to sharing lots more exciting wildlife adventures with you all.

7 Harbour Porpoises, from 3 different interactions, 20 Atlantic Grey Seals, lots hauled out, 1 Puffin, first for 2019, dozens of HUGE BARREL JELLYFISH, some as big as a dustbin, 10 Great Northern Divers, feeding in the inshore bays, Peregrine Falcons, Ravens, Fulmars, coming in looking for potential nesting ledges, Razorbills and Guillemots, mainly small flocks of 10 – 15 continually passing by and feeding along with Kittiwakes, Gannets and 7 Manx Shearwaters (early birds) offshore

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