Sunday, March 30, 2014

3-30-2014 DB's Dailies: U/F,Aukai,Mojo,Kainoa@RI, Kaiwi@TBL, R018,M&M@WP, Kaikaina, U/U&Meli@TB,

The most notable absence on my first look at Rabbit Island at 0700, was no Sadie !! That was to be the case all day. Only Sadie knows !!

Also at 0700 I found Aukai (RL12) to the right of 1BS. She would relocate to 3BS at 1032 where she spent the rest of the day.
The same U/F juvenile animal was once again to the left of 1BS, and would remain all day, and remains an U/F with no tags and no visible markers.
At 1015 Mojo RI17) hauled out to the left of 1BS on RI. He initially interacted with the little female but ultimately settle down and snoozed away the rest of the day, until he alerted at 1554, obviously seeing something in the water. After a few minutes I saw him and a smaller animal swimming to the west. I saw neither again.
At 1116 Kainoa (RN04) hauled out to the right of 1BS where he spent the remainder of the day.
At 1240 Marilyn and I journeyed to Hanauma Bay, and Missus W, did the Toilet Bowl trek . She found Kaiwi (RK96) at her usual location near the bowl.
Vera Cober checked in at 0958 with the report of R018 at White Plains.
At 1040 Dana called with the report of the arrival of M&M (R020) to the showers at WP. Vera’s photos confirm both the R018 & M&M ID.

Evening email from Karen Rohter after her Turtle Bay shift, brough word and shots of Kaikaina (RL54) at Right Spot’s Spot, and Meli & an U/U together at the elbow.

 Mojo & U/F
 Kaiwi at Toilet Bowl
 MM at white plains 
Kaikaina and a great piece of driftwood
 hmmm sandy tail tag
 Meli and U/U
 wonder who this is?  no guesses?  very sweet pictures


Anonymous said...

If there are no tags, I would guess Lona because she has been seen on Oahu recently, she is known to frequent this area and she is a very large seal. Of course, it would help to know if it's a male or female. Right Spot doesn't seem very sociable so I doubt it would be her. That's my guess. Diane G.

Anonymous said...

Plus, she has a dark grey coat. :)