I own a house on the island and spend a good deal of time on the island and have frequent visitors. Before I knew better, I took a tour on one of the large tour ships that advertise "eco tour". We were out for 2 hours and I saw 1 dolphin in the distance but they did drag nets and pull out creatures to show the tourists. I found this practice to be cruel, thoughtless and possibly dangerous for the creatures. I then found Scarlett and George and all my visitors have taken the tour and I have yet to have anyone that wasn't thrilled with the trip. I was on her tour two weeks ago with four friends that are licensed wildlife rehabbers. Scarlett took us to nests for Blue Herons and we had dolphins swim up t the boat within reach to put their faces to ours and I swear they were smiling at us. The bay was full of mommas and babies and Scarlett was cautiously boating to insure the well being of the babies while the large tour boat was full steam ahead right over the tops of them. The big boat had to stay close to our boat in order to see dolphins for they surrounded us the entire trip. I was amazed at how much like people these dolphins are for each one is unique with a different color, scars, shapes of tail, fins, etc. When the trip is over you understand how this woman, who spends every day of her life with these fantasic creatures, can identify each one because of their unique qualities. By the end of this tour, you have lost yourself in a fantasy of becoming a dolphin and spending your days in fun and frolic in the beautiful Laguna Madre and coming to greet a dear friend, Scarlett.
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