Baby dolphin swimming to the right of mom.
The baby was heading right towards me.
Baby dolphin jumping out right in front of the pier.
More dolphins swimming around the pier.
Three dolphins swimming together. The baby was on the left.
A big turtle came swimming up to the fishing pier. This was the first time I’ve seen a turtle at the pier.
Why travel to central Florida and pay a ton of money to go watch dolphins jump in a small pool when you can come spend the day at Fort Desoto for $5 a carload. You can watch wild and free dolphins swimming and jumping around the fishing pier. You can spend the day swimming and building sand castles. After a picnic lunch on the beach on a recent Sunday, I walked down to the fishing pier while hubby took a nap on the beach chair. There weren’t a lot of people fishing that day but there were at least 10 dolphins swimming around. I stayed on the pier for almost two hours watching the dolphin show. Right before I left, the turtle came swimming up. What a great finish. If that doesn’t convince you, I just missed the two manatees that had passed under the pier minutes before I got there. I could see them out in the distance but they were too far away to get pictures. Meanwhile, I shouldn’t be letting out the best kept secret spot in Florida. Then I’ll only have myself to blame when it gets too crowded.
This is wonderful, Dina. I promise not to tell anyone but my husband.
Ft De Soto is great. I wanted to say thanks for the mention of the egrets and herons nesting above the alligator exhibit at Lowry Park Zoo. I went up and took photos and had a wonderful day!
how beautiful, the dolphins and turtle, but I also really love your spoonbills header. Having the pink on them is SO different to those here
How very exciting to see these beauties. Your photos are fantastic. A wonderful day all round.
Great Pictures, wish we had dolphins in sweden!