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20-05-2019, 16:13   #1
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Dolphin at the Docks

Was very lucky to catch this beautiful Dolphin outside Galway Harbour this morning he looked like he was having a ball.
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20-05-2019, 16:26   #2
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Great pictures

there was one or two round a lot last summer off the end of nimos peer. Was funny also couple of weeks ago the life boats were doing dingy training with lads jumping off the bridge in survival suits at Spanish arch and there was a big ass seal hanging about on the river watching it all in wonder
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Great pictures

there was one or two round a lot last summer off the end of nimos peer. Was funny also couple of weeks ago the life boats were doing dingy training with lads jumping off the bridge in survival suits at Spanish arch and there was a big ass seal hanging about on the river watching it all in wonder
That was Galway RNLI Lifeboat, they were doing PIW (Person In Water) Training with Galway Fire Service, it was great to see from the Bridge at Jurys side & very lucky to have a Lifeboat Station in our City with a river as fast flowing as the River Corrib, I asked a Fire Crew Member & that's what was going on, also good to know that Galway Fire Service are also trained in Swift Water Rescue.
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Galway desperately needs a dedicated dolphin lane.
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Galway desperately needs a dedicated dolphin lane.
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