Atlantic white-sided dolphin
actively seek moving vessels and are acrobatic at the surface. They often
travel in groups ranging from less than ten to 500 or more. The typically dive
for less than five minutes and usually do not have a visible blow unless the
right conditions of light, humidity or temperature are present. The dolphins
probably move offshore in the winter, arriving in the Bay of Fundy in the
summer. White-sided dolphins are not usually seen from shore. Dolphin
populations are not considered threatened.