Dolphin sightings are becoming much more regular up and down the North East coast, especially through the summer. Lately there have been regular visits by pods to the mouths of the Tyne and Wear with much feeding and breaching.
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In reply to gaynorsl:
gaynorsl said:Some seriously fantastic photos there Bob, sooooo jealous. There is a lad out on a boat doing a count on the dolphin numbers etc, Scotland somewhere I believe, he plays table tennis with us, he will also bring back photos I would think. You have captured their playful spirit so well, thanks so much for posting.
We are actually going up to Chanonry Point on the Moray Firth next week to see Dolphins but it looks like they are becoming quite regular down here now. But its beautiful up there so we will still go and besides it will be nice to go somewhere and stay for a few days .
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