Wild Ocean Science 2021

 

An overview of the Wild Dolphin Project's history and the progress made during the past 35+ years then exclusive presentations examine the future direction of this hybrid; science and technology.

The event starts promptly at 4 o'clock eastern daylight time. Register early to enjoy a stunning prelude provided by Focused on Nature and be sure to say "hello" to our team in the chat. Register today and bookmark the URL for our free event: 1cau.se/aCh

The auction opens early on Thursday, April 15th, at noon!

Text for technology! If you wish to support our cause, we invite you to text the keyword "technology" to 243725. You'll receive a link to give conveniently and securely anytime.

Special Guest Host: PBS NewsHour Correspondent and independent American broadcast news journalist, Miles O'Brien.

For offline donations call 561.575.5660 or email wildoceanscience@wilddolphinproject.org 

 

Wild Ocean Science 2020

Guest Speaker: Legendary Oceanographer, Dr. Sylvia Earle

Guest Host: PBS NewsHour Correspondent and independent American broadcast news journalist, Miles O'Brien

Sponsorship opportunities are available! Call 561.575.5660 or Email wildoceanscience@gmail.com 

More about Dr. Sylvia Earle:

 

Wild Ocean Science 2019

When:  Saturday, March 2, 2019 5:00 - 8:00pm

Where:  Eissey Campus Theatre  11051 Campus Drive. Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410

Guest Speaker: Brian Skerry, National Geographic Photographer and photojournalist specializing in marine wildlife

Guest Host: Miles O'Brien, PBS NewsHour Correspondent and independent American broadcast news journalist

We appreciate support from the following:

     Sponsors: Watermen for Life, Nicole Mader, Tracy Siani, Patricia Leigh & Patricia Weyer, Howard A. Green, M.D., Brown & Brown Marine Insurance, Captiva Spine, Southeastern Printing, Guanabanas Restaurant, Mr. & Mrs. Axel Stepan, Publix, 4Imprint, Old Port Cove - A Safe Harbor Marina, and Infinite Women Self Defense.

     Student Sponsors: Jay Garbose Underwater Video, Lisa Fast, The Port of Palm Beach, and Mr. & Mrs. Axel Stepan

     Vendors: Watermen for Life, Force-E ScubaReef PhotoLureen Ferretti Photography

     Raffle items donated by: Shiny Sheets, Craig Dietrich Underwater Photography, Island Exposure, Bethany Augliere Wildlife Photography, Focused on Nature, Ruth Petzold Photography, Blueline Surf & Paddle Co, Bolay, Blackbird Jewelry, MANG, Trader Joe's, La FogataAnthony's Coal Fired PizzaProfessional Images, Lureen Ferretti PhotographyShark Team OneBlue Marlin Restaurant, The Lane Spa, Florida Freedivers, Scuba Works, Jupiter Drift Divers, photographs from WDP Research Assistant, Cassie Volker, and WDP Graduate Student, Liah McPherson, and Bahamas Paradise Cruise Lines.

     Event Photographer: Sandra Effertz Photography

Tickets: wildoceanscience.ticketleap.com/2019/

Wild Ocean Science 2018

When:  Saturday, March 24, 2018

Where:  Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at FAU  5353 Parkside Drive, Jupiter, Florida 33458

Guest Speaker: South Florida PBS' Changing Seas Premier of Episode, "Dolphins: Breaking the Code"

Guest Host: Miles O'Brien

Our first annual event, "Wild Ocean Science", was a success! Over 200 people were in attendance filling the lobby area of the Osher Lifelong Learning Center at FAU in Jupiter. A beautiful slideshow by photographer, Hussain Aga Khan, donated by his foundation, Focused on Nature, played in the auditorium while guests enjoyed refreshments, browsed the raffle and silent auction tables, had their book signed by Dr. Herzing, perused our sunshirts and t-shirts, and mingled with friends. As the event got underway, special guest host Miles O'Brien introduced the premiering film, "Dolphins: Breaking the Code" by Changing Seas, a SouthFlorida PBS production. Thanks to student sponsors (Axel Stepan, Nic Mader, and Lisa Fast) 38 students from The Ideal School in Royal Palm Beach, The Gale Academy in West Palm, and FAU college students were in attendance, asking some great questions during the Q&A.

Research Associate and Wildlife Photographer, Bethany Augliere, donated a photo of "Shimmer", a juvenile dolphin, and was our event photographer for the evening. You'll see her photos posted on facebook.

There was a great variety and some amazing prizes in our raffle and silent auction! We received donations from: Ruth Petzold Photography, Focused on Nature, Bethany Augliere Wildlife PhotographyDiver's Alert NetworkCraft Beer City, Changing SeasLojo SportsBolayScuba WorksLane SpaCUR Salt SpaPRP WineMindquest Escape RoomsIsland Exposure, and more! Congratulations to all of the winners!

The entire episode which premiered during this event, "Dolphins: Breaking the Code" can be viewed online: www.changingseas.tv/season-10/dolphins-breaking-the-code/

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