19 Sep '11, 11pm

Report by Cove Guardians Leader Rosie Kunneke

Report by Cove Guardians Leader Rosie Kunneke

Operation Infinite Patience Week 1 If only all Weeks were this good… Report by Cove Guardians Leader Rosie Kunneke (video will be added soon) Photo: Rosie Kunneke The first week of this year’s Operation Infinite Patience campaign in Taiji proved to be very good week for the dolphins. The killers stayed in the harbor on four out of seven days due to bad weather and sea conditions. They went out searching for dolphins to hunt on two days only to come back emptyhanded on both occasions, and on Sunday, they all left the harbor but turned around about a kilometer out and came back in. Based on observing their activities in the harbor, we suspect that their behavior can be attributed to either a late weather warning, as a result of two tropical cyclones off the coast of Japan, or perhaps they were simply doing this for the media hovering around the pier. But either way, they did...

Full article: http://www.seashepherd.org/dolphins/operation-infinite-pa...

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