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On our first trip we had an amazing interaction with dolphins. We spent the first hour searching and searching for the dolphins, and then out of nowhere two dolphins popped up in front of us. We followed them for a little bit and then two more dolphins joined us. After about 15 minutes spent with these 4 dolphins we came across a pod of about 20 dolphins. The dolphins were swimming under and around the boat, eating little fish in the water, and breeching all around.

We were able to get everyone in the water to have a look and then got to spend a little more time viewing them from the bow. We would have to say it was a great start to the season here in the beautiful Bay of Plenty and we cannot wait to have more epic days like this!

Come and join us on Dolphin Seafari and check out firsthand what the Bay of Plenty has to offer!

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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Grey-faced Petrel, Oi

Written by Dolphin Queen on October 12th, 2015.      0 comments

The grey-faced petrel or oi is one of the most common petrels we see at Dolphin Seafaris. They cut a striking image as the fly by our vessel. As one of the larger petrel species they are easy to recognise with glossy black feathers and a white dusting around the black hooked beak.
They are such a peaceful bird and we often see them napping out in the ocean bobbing on the waves. They breed on local islands and return at night to feed their chick a yummy seafood smoothie of primarily squid. Some chicks are culturally harvested while they are still plump in their burrow. these are known as mutton birds. Once chicks fledge they will return at the same nesting spot they fledged from to breed. 
 
 

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