Trip 8 (August 15th – August 23rd) Well, it’s mid-August and the water is about 88 degrees F, a typical summer day in the Bahamas. It’s a reunion trip with previous Board members onboard, and a special guest, Carl Safina. Well known for his writing and animal advocacy, Carl came
With the rough boating weather we have been having, the Wild Dolphin Project crew has been itching to get back to sea! We caught a break the first week of the new year, so we headed out to calm, local waters to search for dolphins! The Wild Dolphin Project has
Trip 8 (August 9th – 18th) started of with a sighting of a mixed-group of bottlenose dolphins and two young Atlantic spotted dolphins. These were some familiar bottlenose dolphins that included Koala, Comet, Crane, and Batman. These adults are all female except for Batman. Crane was with her new calf
Trip 7 Blog – by Alyson Myers PhD Candidate, Florida Atlantic University We had a mild crossing to West End, Grand Bahama and anchored at Sandy Cay for the night. Early the next day we ran into a lively group of bottlenose dolphins crater feeding. A large nurse shark
Trip 4 (June 14th – 23rd) This was our second CHAT trip of the field season. Onboard were my long-term colleagues Dr. Adam Pack and Dr. Matthias Hoffman-Kuhnt. Adam is one of the leading dolphin cognitive researchers in the world and has been involved in our two-way work since 1998.
The Wild Dolphin Project affords young scientists the opportunity to experience, first hand, research out in the field. For this trip, we had 7 interns out working with us on the Stenella. They came from all over: Canada, Florida, Tennessee, and Illinois. The intern spots are also supported by the