Norfolk Cetaceans – 27th November 2015

Two individuals of a Dolphin species seen moving west close inshore at 11am this morning reported to me by Carry Karey (apologies if I have spelt your name wrong – it was an awful line) and tweeted by Paul Eele, the RSPB reserve warden, as probable Risso’s Dolphin. Please note this would be a new mammal for Norfolk. White beaked Dolphin is the commonest dolphin species seen off the Norfolk coast and the situation is complicated by there being an apparent small influx of Common Dolphins into the North Sea of late. I genuinely hope the observers managed good views and/or photographs – would love to see some shots.