During November several species have been reported. November is the time of the year when lots of sailboats prepare to cross the ocean through low latitudes following the Alisios, the trade winds. Usually they set sail in the Canaries to arrive after two-three weeks of wind and sea to the Caribbean. At least till mid
Sightings received this month has been amazing! How proud we are of our partners and all the people who have joined the project. With this map we can easily realize that there are no frontiers in the ocean. Our project is growing step by step! We’ve received sightings recorded during a sailing trip through the
This month we focused on Galicia. We have received two sightings of bottlenose dolphins, and even not directly reported to Sail&Whale, journals and newspapers have shown two amazing sightings in the area: two blue whales! They are not frequently sighted around this area, but for sure those sightings will provide new clues to better understaind
This month we received Risso’s dolphins in Galicia! Another sightings as well has been made in the Mediterranean: bottlenose dolphins. Furthermore, Bryde’s whale and Atlantic spotted dolphins off Azores. Very well identified with photos and videos 😉 Keep tuned to see them soon!
Once again, some new drops have arrived during July 2017. This time we have two different species sighted: bottlenose dolphins and Gervais beake whale (not an easy one!!). And our first sighting in the Mediterranean!! So happy to keep on working, slowly but solid!
During the month of June we have received a lot of sightings! Some of them were made by one of our partners while crossing the Atlantic. They were registered in previous months, so we put them in blue. But we have as well some animals spotted in June, sailing towards the Azores, in Galicia and
The last month of May one sighting of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) was reported in Galicia. This time we received as well a great surprise: sightings from Canada! A small pod of orcas (Orcinus orca) and a grey whale (Eschrichtius robustus) around the Salish Sea. Not a lot of sightings, but with a great meaning! Our