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The summer was good for dolphin, porpoise whale sightings and as we head in to Autumn we are excited to see if this will continue as normally it' a good time for cetacean watching off Cornwall. The key to good sighitngs in September, october and November is calm conditions. Like those in the video below; listen to this minke whale blow as it surfaces right next tous. They don't have a visible blow but it is certainly audible.
Below is an interesting underwater video I managed to capture of some bottlenose dolphin recently. The sightings have been good and wildlife watching is one of the top things to do in Cornwall.
Who's watching who - Bottlnose dolphins investigate the Go-pro camera.
A harbour porpoise mother and calf swim by - harbour porpoises are our smallest toothed whale.
Fins everywhere: a large pod of bottlenose dolphins with many juveniles and calves.
A visit from some common dolphins whilst out dolphin watching.