THE NEW YORK TIMES VISITS WDP
New York Times correspondent Erik Olsen spent several days in the field with WDP during our 2011 field season. His article, “How Far Will Dolphins Go to Relate to Humans?” appears in the September 2011 Science Times, along with a terrific video.
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PALM BEACH POST ARTICLE
Read Carlos Frias’ article from the Palm Beach Post as he writes about Denise Herzing’s scientific breakthrough to let dolphins communicate with humans. Click Here
LISTEN TO DR. HERZING VIA PODCAST
Check out Dr. Herzing’s podcast at “Talking with Animals” with Duncan Strauss on January 18, 2012. Click Here
Dr. Herzing talks about her new book, Dolphin Diaries, and what it’s like to be a dolphin researcher in the wild, in an interview with Charlie Dyer at KNews FM. To find the podcast, click the link and look for Dr. Herzing’s interview on 9/13/11.
WATCH WDP ON ABC’s GOOD MORNING AMERICA!
Dr. Herzing was interviewed recently by the Good Morning America team. The segment aired Thursday July 28; if you missed it you can see the segment here.
DR. HERZING 2008 GUGGENHEIM FELLOW
Dr. Denise L. Herzing, Research Director and Founder of The Wild Dolphin Project, has been recognized by the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation as a 2008 Fellow. This prestigious award recognizes Herzing’s dedication as a scientist and was “appointed on the basis of stellar achievement and exceptional promise for continued accomplishment,” as stated in Guggenheim Foundation’s press release on April 3, 2008.
“I am most honored to have been chosen among both current and past Guggenheim Fellows. I thank those who have helped me pursue my dream of studying wild dolphins,” states Dr. Herzing. This award will help in the writing of her book, which will illuminate the lives of these dolphins – “In Their World, On Their Terms”.
THE ANNENBERG FOUNDATION & EXPLORE.ORG VIDEO
Watch this 8-minute video of dolphins underwater, and see an interview with Dr. Herzing on this video from Explore.org.
WILD DOLPHIN PROJECT IS FEATURED ON
Extraordinary Women, Extreme Discoveries! Read the full article and Dr. Herzing’s trip log on the Wings Worldquest website.
A DOLPHIN’S RETURN AVAILABLE FROM iTunes
See the release of a young dolphin known as Cutter in this video from the National Science Foundation’s Digital Library (NSDL.org); link here to the iTunes site for a free download!
Ocean Giants: Deep Thinkers (Part II)
Watch a preview of the BBC’s documentary “Ocean Giants: Part II,” featuring the work of the Wild Dolphin Project, which aired in the winter of 2012.