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Blog and Field Reports

DCP RIMS October 2016 Field Reports – Start Now!

Published: October 20, 2016
October 20, 2016Saturday begins DCP’s 2016 Eco-tour to Anthony’s Key Resort (AKR) and the Roatan Institute for Marine Sciences (RIMS). This DCP eco-tour trip is…

E-kit delay notice

Published: October 20, 2016
Due to upcoming field schedules and access to email, e-kit adoption orders received between 21 - 31 October may not be filled until 1 November.…

Buy Games. Support DCP. Sale ends 22 September!

Published: September 14, 2016
Humble Bundle has just launched its End of Summer Sale! DCP has the opportunity to benefit until the sale ends on September 22nd. Simply head…

The Vaquita Porpoise: A Conservation Emergency

Published: September 09, 2016
The vaquita porpoise (Phocoena sinus) is considered by many to be the rarest and most-endangered species of marine mammal in the world. in May 2016,…

Hungy bottlenose, threatening squalls and playful spotteds

Published: September 08, 2016
Though I hope to be on a few day trips later this month, Monday was my last scheduled dolphin trip of 2016. And, it was…

Big Splashes

Published: September 05, 2016
Sunday began the final dolphin week of Bimini Adventures' 2016 season. Though it was strange to prep for a boat trip without Nicole, I was…

Hello Dolphins, See You Soon Nicole

Published: September 05, 2016
Thursday was the final boat trip for this week's Bimini Adventures group. It was also Nicole's last boat trip of the season so we were…

Definitely making up for bad weather

Published: September 02, 2016
Wednesday was yet another cloudy, windy, drizzly day but we set off as usual at 1500, hoping our weather luck would change and our dolphin…


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