The Azores

I haven’t been to the Azores yet, but I’ve included community reports from those that have.

Community Reports

The Azores, 2020: Sjef Ollers, 13 days & 14 species including Sei and Sperm Whales and Azorean Noctule (and a Whale Shark!).

Azores, 2018: John Wright, 1 week & 7 species including Blue & Sperm Whales and an Azorean Noctule.

Azores, 2017: Michael Kessler, 2 weeks (and 5 boat trips) with 12 species including Sei, Bryde’s and Sperm Whales, Sowerby’s Beaked Whale and Atlantic Spotted Dolphins.

Azores, 2017: Tom Gibson, 1 week & 15 species including Sei, Sperm and Blue Whales and Atlantic Spotted Dolphins.

Azores, 2017: Steve Morgan, 1 week & 5 cetaceans including Sei, Blue and Sowerby’s Beaked Whales.

The Azores, 2016: Ben Balmford, 5 days & 13 species including Blue Whales, False Killer Whales and Blainville’s Beaked Whales.

The Azores, 2010: Steve Morgan, 4 days & 9 species including Sperm and Fin Whales and Azorean Noctules.

Also See

Here’s a useful link to the sightings log for an Azorean Whale Watching Company. Looks like July is a good month for beaked whales.

Dolphin ID (Common, Clymene or Spotted?) (July 2019)

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