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We sent out a request to our newsletter
readers for dolphin stories.
This is one by Annie Spurgeon:
"Years ago before the
tourists discovered and forever changed a little fishing camp
in Western Australia my partner and I were fortunate enough
to spend a month there with a kind old couple and their young
adopted Aborigine son, two dogs, some fishermen, and a group
of dolphins that came in to visit nearly every day. The resident
couple who ran the camp knew the dolphins individually, some
for many years, and had names for them. The people knew the
dolphins from wading out in the water to offer fish but no
one actually swam with them except one dog who had established
a friendship with one of the dolphins and swam with it often.
The dog proved to be a good
mentor and my friend and I slowly and non aggressively began
sitting, floating, then swimming in the water near the dolphins.
Gradually they accepted us, occasionally circling underwater
checking us out with their sonar. One of them was particularly
curious and friendly.
When the dolphins came in
to the beach the fishermen gave us small fish to feed them.
We'd wade out to where they waited and distribute any of four
varietys of fish. The curious friendly dolphin called Niki
refused to eat one type of fish so I made it a point to only
offer her the others.
One day the fishermen gave
me only the fish Niki hated. Niki and I had built quite a
rapport and I was wondering what to do about not having any
fish she liked. In she came happy to see me, expecting a yummy
treat only to be given a bad one. She knocked it away and
waited for the right kind but all I could offer was another
bad one which she also knocked away. After a couple more times
we were both frustrated, I sat down in the water right in
front of her letting the remaining fish float around us. She
came right up to my face vocalizing like crazy, I was sure
she was scolding, asking what was wrong with me for surely
I knew by now she hated those fish! I felt so bad not being
able to explain that I did know about the fish but these were
the only ones I had and I was very sorry. During our "conversation"
I noticed something, Niki was only vocalizing within the usual
human hearing range. I have high frequency hearing a could
tell the difference from when she communicated with the other
dolphins. How considerate and sensible of her!
The next day trying to make
up for the fish fiasco instead of waiting in the shallow water
I swam out looking for Niki with a fish I knew she loved.
Suddenly out of the low visibility water appeared a large
dolphin face! Niki swam around and around me. I held out the
fish and slowly she came over and took it from my hand. It
was quite a moment, the first time we'd been so close underwater.
Did she forgive me for being such a blockhead the day before?
A few days passed, only a
couple of dolphins came to the beach, they had lives off shore
with a much larger group. I decided to go for a swim in the
afternoon. In the distance I saw a dolphin leap and disappear,
then a fin coming towards me. Niki! In her mouth she had a
fish. She circled me and bobbed her head. I wondered if she
was offering me the fish! Then she let it go and pushed it
over to me, I grabbed it before it could swim feebly away
and made motions I hoped would convey joy and thanks. I think
she was pleased when she swam away and I returned to the beach
with my gift.
That little fish will always
be one of the best gifts I've ever received in my life."
Copyright (c) Annie Spurgeon
Annie's story about Niki
won our dolphin story contest. Thanks and congratulations
Annie for a truly wonderful