Images

St. Johns River Mammals

Mayport jetties dolphin
These St. Johns River mammals were rounding up about 2-300 birds floating on the spanning the length of a football field at the Mayport Jetties,
River Mammals
These porpoise were probably eating fish below.
River porpoise
It sure did look like they really wanted to make all the birds fly out of the water.
River mammals
They kept me entertained while I waited for the Chinese Navy’s last ship to enter port.
Dolphin around to greet Chinese Navy, Mayport, FL
Dolphin around to greet Chinese Navy, Mayport, FL

Dolphin in the cove
These St.Johns River Mammals I have seen before, Taken at intersection of Little and Big Pottsburg Creek
River Dolphin2
I think this is the same family that visited the canoe on fathers day.
River Dolphin
St. Johns river has so much to offer if your only willing to look and pay attention and adventure a bit.
river dolphin4
These are the babies that were with the one above, this is why I think its the same group, usually you see 2 adults with 1 baby, this pod is 3 adults and 2 babies.
People and other River Mammals use the St. Johns River for many things, and People trash our river.
People and other River Mammals use the St. Johns River for many things, and People trash our river. Every little thing that fly’s out of your car ends up in our river.
Don't Trash Our River
This is for you son, He told me I should take a picture of that and tell people not to through your trash on the ground. Yeah unfortunately a lot of it ends up in our water ways. This was not the river but new Unity Plaza retention pond.