We’re making headlines here at Dolphins Plus!  Dolphins Plus has been featured in various publications for the amazing work and rescue efforts of our staff, including with our Marine Mammal Responder Unit. We’re very proud of the work we do here, and it shows.

Posted on: January 1, 2006

Two Dolphins Plus educators/scientists, Marylou Wright and Jill Richardson, Ph.D., attended the Society for Marine Mammalogy’s 16th Biennial Conference in San Diego, California in December 2005. The conference lasted five days and was one of the largest to date, with over 2500 attendees. They worked in conjunction with Kate Banick from the Marine Mammal Conservancy to present data generated…

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Posted on: September 12, 2005

The Marine Mammal Conservancy (link) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) IRS designated organization located in Key Largo, Florida. Their mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release stranded marine mammals, as well as to provide a suitable “retirement” location for animals that may not be suitable for release. Their most recent success story involved 11 rough-toothed dolphins who were stranded off…

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Posted on: January 31, 2005

Two of our dolphins are playing with paint and expressing themselves in a brand new way. L.B., our alpha-male dolphin, is very passionate about his new creations. He takes great care in creating the perfect shape and style with each brush stroke. Samantha approaches her painting with flare, often spinning around in circles between each stroke. Everyone at Dolphins Plus is buzzing about the new…

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