This first shot is only the second time I have been able to catch a Dolphin watching the shoreline as they herd the school of fish to the beach. They will not hit the shore if they see anything above the sand (like people). In this hunt the Dolphin moved past us a short distance, then charged to shore.
The group moved to shore with a smaller, younger member of the pod. Below you can see how much smaller the dorsal fin is. I’m assuming this is how the next generation is taught to strand fish since it’s not a normal Dolphin behavior.
And of course, when they did rush to shore we were all dive bombed by a Pelican looking to steal a fish.