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Dolphins Near Ko Olina  
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Ko Olina Dolphins

Kahe Point, just north of the Ko Olina resorts are s one of the key Oahu resting grounds for Hawaiian spinner dolphins.  Spinner dolphins feed at night then rest and take care of their young in the calm inshore waters during daylight.  

The area is used by the dolphins for resting, nursing, and social interactions.  Dolphins are often observed milling in these areas in groups ranging from two to a hundred or more individuals. 

Often, large groups contain smaller sub-groups of individuals that vary in sex and age-class. 

Occasionally, individual dolphins will engage in surface-active behaviors (e.g., various in-air spins, slapping various body parts on the surface). 

It's not as frequently, but it is not uncommon to see bottlenose dolphins (or tiger sharks!) in the area.

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Links to Spinner Dolphins near Ko Olina

Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins, found near Ko Olina, Oahu

September 2007, Midweek Honolulu The Wild Side of Dolphins


Ko Olina Marine Life