Research, Education, Conservation
To promote the scientific study of dolphins and inspire their conservation

BLOG & FIELD REPORTS

New Paper!

We are pleased to announce the publication of our most recent paper detailing the sympatric distribution of Atlantic spotted and common bottlenose dolphins in the nearshore water around Bimini, The Bahamas. Thank you to our co-authors!

“No Such Word as Can’t”

Kathleen had a great chat with Hazel McBride for Hazel's podcast “No Such Word as Can’t.” We hope you enjoy the conversation and feel inspired to get involved - in any way! Read More for podcast links.

Myla’s Fundraiser

A big thank you goes to Myla (age 10) who recently donated funds from her lemonade stand to DCP, along with Alex’s Lemonade Stand. We were so impressed with her charitable spirit, we had to shine a light on her! Kel had the chance to ask Myla some questions.

Webinars Resume!

First up, a Deep Dive into the partial merger of two dolphin societies with DCP's own Nicole Danaher-Garcia. September 14, 2022 7:00 PM ET

If Nietzsche Were a Narwhal: What Animal Intelligence Reveals About Human Stupidity DCP's very own, very smart, very witty Justin Gregg has a new book, released today!

Two New Publications!

We're very excited for two back to back publications from our Bimini, The Bahamas field site! The Partial Merger paper even got the attention of Science and Newsweek! Congrats to first author Nicole and thank you to our other co-authors Richard Connor (@DolphinAlliance) and Gavin Fay (@UMassD) along with support from @FIU.

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