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The Full Set !

Hi Everyone,

Yesterday saw me eventually get photos of Rainbow and her big youngster ID#1141 at Chanonry Point so that is the whole set of six adoption dolphins been accounted for now and they all look healthy. I’m very happy and a bit relieved – I always like to get all of the WDC adoption stars accounted for as soon as I can as the season gets under way so that I can give all you lovely supporters the news and stories as quickly as I possibly can. You can see Rainbows son or daughter having a look at me yesterday with Mum furthest from the camera – it was a grey, windy and choppy day but I was thrilled none the less…

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Moonlight and her baby were there too, they have been about all week and big Sundance was having a hilarious five minutes with young Yoda – doing a big breach around 150 metres away from the watchers at the Point…

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I hope to bring you more regular stories about what your adoption dolphin is getting up to now that the main dolphin “season” is under way.

Best Wishes,

Charlie.