The second day of the pelagic had similar (mercifully rather light) winds, though out of the same direction meant less chance at a rare petrel. Audubon's Shearwaters showed much better on the second day however.
These (fairly small) shearwaters seemed weaker flying and less dramatic than the Cory's or Black-capped Petrel and didn't usually mount up as high in the air as they skimmed about looking for Sargassum weed.
Here's the Audubon's swimming in some Sargassum patches. It would dip forward in a motion halfway between a dive and a dabble to look for the small fish and crustaceans found in the tiny islands of vegetation.
Oops, not a shearwater.
A few more shots of fairly photogenic Cory's from the way back in.
We briefly saw a Sooty Shearwater, but it never came close and I don't believe I came back with any ID-able shots of a species I'd seen once on a California whale-watching boat.