Sunday, April 23, 2017

Mammal Hunt

Saturday was my first day back working at Save The Harbor since the fall and it was great seeing everyone at Save The Harbor again, as well as getting to spend some time with the eager Harbor fans. Even though it was one of the coldest days of the month, many people still came out to join us in the mammal hunt, which was very cool. I am also pleased to say I was once again able to experience something new, for the first time I was able to see a seal and a porpoise in the ocean. I was also able to connect with a couple of young observers which was very cool. That day we conducted three different mammal hunts however the last one was by far the most action packed. In just the last 15 minutes of the last trip I spotted a seal and about 3 porpoise. The mammal safari hunt turned out to be way more exciting than I thought, I'm pretty sure everyone on the boat felt the same way, just by seeing their expression after seeing a seal or porpoise.

A beautiful but foggy day on the harbor.

A porpoise sticking out of the water.

Abel Yohannes

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