Young Dolphin Freed of Entanglements.

Sep 13, 2014 No comments By

An 11-month-old female bottlenose dolphin calf is swimming free of fishing gear that could have severed her tail. The dolphin, a dependent calf nicknamed Skipper, was first spotted by members of the 10,000 Islands Dolphin Project, who documented the entanglement and reported it to state and federal authorities. At the request of National Marine Fisheries [...]

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Job Opening for Post Doc

Aug 18, 2014 No Comments

A PhD-level Post Doctoral research position is available to study dolphins in Sarasota, FL. This is a full time 2-year funded opportunity to develop and implement dolphin research projects in the areas of behavioral ecology and population biology. It will require both independent work and working collaboratively with teams. The position is being offered by [...]

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Educational video production

Aug 11, 2014 No Comments

As part of a project funded by the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, we are making a series of short educational videos targeted at fifth graders and older. Each video focuses on one particular dolphin and a specific topic related to dolphin biology or conservation that the individual’s story illustrates. These videos will eventually be accompanied [...]

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