We've had a pod of dolphins hanging around the Cove for about a week now, gliding slowly through the kelp beds where a lot of fish live. At dawn they come so close to shore, you can hear them splashing. They'll head up to Point Dume and down to the Malibu pier, but mostly they linger here.
Today, for the first time, we saw these babies, little dorsal fins breaking the surface, tiny bodies popping out of the sea. The adults move slowly, keep the small fry in the middle, keep the dolphin cycle going for another year.