We enjoyed a morning full of toothed whales! Our trip started out with a brief encounter with a trio (including a cow-calf pair!!) of Inshore Bottlenose Dolphins. After some observation, we went into deeper water and found multiple pods of Common Dolphins! Over one thousand commons were spotted throughout the morning and early afternoon. We are still seeing many newborn calves sporting their fetal folds! If you want to see the new additions to our Pacific Common Dolphin population, you still have a chance! It was fairly quiet on the water this afternoon. A small group of 4-5 Common Dolphins were found in roughly 2,000 feet of water! Their behavior was unusual, as they surfaced for a split moment before completely giving us the slip. Luckily the weather was on our side and we were able to get some sun in on our second trip! Although we haven’t had a Blue Whale sighting in quite some time, we expect to see them moving back down the coast eventually. We don’t know when, but it could happen at any time!