September 4th, 2019
Heading offshore on Monday, we soon had a lovely encounter with a couple of common dolphins traveling west. Further out to sea we spotted a huge work up of diving gannets but by the time got closer most of the birds had finished feeding and dispersed slightly. There were a lot of birds associated with a couple of trawler boats including a few rarer species such as an Arctic skua, a Bonxie and a lesser black backed gull, and we had a brief glimpse of a lone harbour porpoise by the Manacles. Heading back in towards Falmouth the sea was a beautiful shade of green, ideal for searching for wildlife, and we were joined by this large group of common dolphins with their calves.
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+-54 Common Dolphins, including calves, mixture of feeding and traveling animals, 1 Harbour Porpoise, Arctic Skua, 1 Great Skua, Lesser Black Backed Gulls, associated with trawler, lots of Manx Shearwaters, flying through offshore or sat on the water in large rafts, 100s of Gannets, large work up seen far offshore, 4 Fulmars