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Deep Dive: Goliath Grouper

Published: August 31, 2021
Thursday, 9 September, 7:00 PM ET (NYC, Miami - Zoom details below) Spawning Patterns, Diet, Mercury, and Reasons Why Goliath Grouper Should be Protected In…

Dolphin Gazette 25.3

Published: August 24, 2021
Volume 25, Issue 3 is here! Click here to download. Kathleen shares an update on her May & June Roatan programs, Kel shares throwback pics…

Last Day of Early Morning Observations!

Published: July 03, 2021
Today, we share the last day observations from each student individually. Victor: The morning was data but also a chance to say goodbye to the…

A Wet Thursday!

Published: July 02, 2021
This morning, surprise! We collected data with Kathleen’s observations. The dolphins were a bit more active this morning compared to yesterday. We saw some breaching.…

Another Packed Day!

Published: July 01, 2021
We did our morning observations and data collection. No sunrise this morning but a cloudy day and windy. And the dolphins were quiet, sleeping it…

Another Early Day, but with some cloud cover

Published: June 30, 2021
Each student presents their summary of the day. The cover photo is Bailey playing with water – Thank you, Manon. Laura: we woke up and…

Data, Dolphins, Video, Snorkeling – all in a day!

Published: June 29, 2021
We woke up and prepared to collect morning surface observations and space use data from 6 am; actually, we took the water taxi at 6…

Meeting the Dolphins and Collecting Data

Published: June 28, 2021
This morning was the UofB’s group’s first data collection session at Bailey’s Key. We had a long day today and so Manon and I are…

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