2021 Field Season Summary
Following an almost non-existent 2020 field season due to COVID-19, we were anxious to start this year. We did not have a full 2021 field season however, because every season has its bumps. But we did gather basic life history information and we saw plenty of dolphins! We saw a
Celebrating the Amazon River Dolphin, for World Rivers Day
“The boto is an endangered species and we need to protect them before they are lost forever.” — Suzanne Smith, founder and director of ARDCF. World Rivers Day, the last September Sunday, is a global celebration of the world’s waterways. So, here at the Wild Dolphin Project we’re highlighting a
Sharks? Boats? possibly Orcas?
This summer we observed many dolphins in our population with wounds. We try to keep track of scars and wounds because they can be used as identifiers throughout a dolphin’s life. Usually a few dolphins each summer receive a new nick or scratch, but this summer we had at least