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Tuesday 6th June

juvenile seal hauled out

Yet more strong easterly breeze today which made spotting conditions challenging. We stuck to more sheltered waters and had two great Ocean Discovery trips in the strong June sunshine. This morning we went eastwards past the Mount to Cudden point and then went sailing across the bay. We found grey seals in three locations, though it was quiet for seabirds. This afternoon we were able to venture a bit further out, and we saw more seals and quite a few more seabirds including gannets and shearwaters. It was hard to spot any fins in the choppy waves.