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Another fun Whale Watch with the great crew of the Privateer IV and 7 Seas Whale Watch http://www.7seas-whalewatch.com/. A humpback named Mogul was very cooperative giving us great up-close looks. Also had a few species of birds, Greater Shearwaters, Storm Petrel,
and a Pomerine Jaeger.
On the way back to Gloucester we came upon a very active pod of Atlantic White-Sided Dolphin and had great looks of some young calves.
The season is slipping away fast. Get out there soon!

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Guestbook for 7 Seas Whale Watch 9/14/11
Sue Orris(non-registered)
Thanks for sharing, Charlie. What a wonderful way to spend the day and some great photography. We appreciate your sharing.
Michael Goodman and Susan McCrickerd(non-registered)
Pictures are very beautiful.We really enjoyed them,keep them coming. We are going to have to come to Boston or you will have to come visit us in Seattle as Susan would like to meet the artist one day.
Deb Venuti(non-registered)
Way cool! The dolphins are an added bonus!
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