When I got back at 0806 Kolohe had moved down.
I found Cass (RG06) out on the Left Rock Flats. On a pan at 0818 I found Kea (RN46) just hauling out to the Left Rock Flats, 50 ft right of Cass’s location.
At 0823 RM38 would haul out to a confrontation with Kolohe fronting 1BS. Kolohe would be the first to enter the water.
RM38 would depart shortly thereafter. RM38 would haul out to the water front rocks, left of Seal Rock Inlet, at 0829, where he remained the rest of the day.
Kolohe would haul out to first briefly join Cass, and then move on to join Kea, where he remained the rest of the day.
Gayle checked in at 1224 with the report of an animal foraging at Spitting Cave . It would be 1500 before an analysis of her shots confirmed the Duke (RA12) ID.
At 1310 Gayle & I found Kaiwi (RK96) snoozin’ on Buster Flats.
Team Billand reported Kimo Kai (RT12) at Maili Guard Rails at 1022.
In the Yesterday’s News department, photos taken yesterday by Patty Moore, at Ke Iki on the North Shore, confirm the Right Spot ID. Though her right spot is not visible, her uniquely notched big toe on her RHF confirms the ID.
Last but not least, a Happy 4th Birthday to Kekoa (RK72).