Dolphins in Whangarei Harbour

Dolphins in Whangarei Harbour

In the second week of October, after getting a call for Orca, Dr. Ingrid Visser and her volunteers Sam & Leonie rushed down to Whangarei harbour in search of them.  Although it turned out to be bottlenose dolphins, they were able to enjoy the afternoon with the animals, whilst getting some research done.  They took more 300 photographs, with than 20 individual dolphin photo-identified.  The volunteers will check those images against previous encounters with bottlenose dolphins who have been seen in the area to see if there are any matches.  It is already known that some bottlenose dolphins who have been photographed in the Bay of Islands travel to the Hauraki Gulf (Auckland) so they would pass right by this harbour, perhaps even coming in to feed.  The research team watched the dolphins feeding on large fish, which were potentially mullet.

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