Check out recent recordings and upcoming live talks!
Human-made noise poses a significant problem for a wide range of animals. In this talk Pernille Meyer Sørensen presents the results of a recent study done in collaboration with the Dolphin Research Center, in Florida, in which they investigated how noise affected two dolphins working together.
Emma Chereskin talks about the male bottlenose dolphins of Shark Bay, Australia in this “Deep Dive.” These dolphins form the most complex alliance structure outside of humans. Forming alliances, and maintaining those friendships, is vital in securing paternities and protecting females from rival males. In this talk, Emma explores the wide variety of mechanisms, such as touch, synchrony, and sound, used by these dolphins to maintain their decades-long friendships.
Dr. Jason Bruck takes viewers on a meandering journey studying one of the world’s coolest animals. This talk covers communication, cognition, and conservation in dolphins and helps illuminate what we know about dolphin behavior as well as how we can use drones to evaluate dolphin health.
Wednesday 4 January 2023, 7:00 pm ET on Zoom
In this talk, Dr. Jason Bruck will talk about communication, cognition and conservation in dolphins and help illuminate what we know about dolphin behavior as well as how we can use drones to evaluate dolphin health.
In this talk, you’ll learn more about DCP’s study on the sympatric distribution of Atlantic spotted and bottlenose dolphins immediately off Bimini’s shores. How do these two dolphin species stay separate? And what type of behaviors do we observe in this nearshore area? Two of the authors, Kel Melillo-Sweeting and Christine Ribic led this talk. The topic was also presented at the SMM conference in August 2022 and featured in a 2022 episode of The Dolphin Pod.
*CW: This talk discusses sexual interactions in non-human animals. For mature audiences.*
In this talk from Dr. Lilley, you’ll learn more about the socio-sexual behavior of belugas (or white whales) and the recent research that examined whether beluga socio-sexual behavior is lateralized.
Come learn more about the lateralization of socio-sexual behavior of belugas at this free Deep Dive webinar, led by Dr. Malin Lilley!
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