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Fahrt, trip, viagem 02.12.2010

Es folgen Fotos von großen Tümmlern und Pilotwalen (Grindwalen), die wir auf unserer heutigen Fahrt ausgiebig beobachten konnten, immer wieder die Kleingruppe wechselnd. Außerdem sahen wir eine falsche Karettschildkröte und einen Seevogel, der noch identifiziert werden muß. Wer hilft dabei?

Globicephala macrorhynchus

Tursiops truncatus

Will post photos from bottlenose dolphins and pilot whales, which we could see and observe for a long time today, because we switches between the pods. As well we saw a Loggerhead turtle and a seabird that needs to get identified, who wants to help?

Pterodroma feae, auf dt. Kapverdensturmvogel, ing. Feas Petrel, pt. Freira do Bugio

Vai haver fotos de roazes e baleias pilotos (bocas de panela), que chagamos a observar bastante tempo hoje. Sempre mudamos de espécie para espécie. Rambem vimos uma tartaruga boba e uma ave marinha que falta de identificar. Quem pode ajudar?

Globicephala macrorhynchus

Tursiops truncatus

2 Comments
  1. François Doyen
    December 2, 2010

    The bird is a Fea’s petrel

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    • lobosonda
      December 2, 2010

      Thanks, you seem to understand about birds. I was suspecting the Feas petrel, but it was so close to shore that I got a bit confused. I thought they wouldn’t appear so close . But we’ve seen some last mounth and I could identify directly. This time I wasn’t so sure, thanks again.

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