Science Training and Assistance - 2007 Reports

Volunteer Perspective

Jan 12, 2007 No comments

By James Thorson I was reading an online magazine the other day and in a reader’s forum they were asking people what they would choose if they could repeat any 600 seconds (10 minutes) of their life. People mentioned weddings and times with their children and I’m sure if I thought about it I could [...]

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Intern Perspective

Jan 12, 2007 No Comments

Leonardo Berninsone, AquaMarina I come from a country that is primarily known for its food and music, but not many people know that is one of the three countries in the world where you can find the most endangered cetacean of the south, the Franciscana dolphin. For the past three years I have worked as [...]

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Education Overview 2006

Jan 11, 2007 No Comments

Education continues to be a major component of SDRP activities, directed toward the general public, students, colleagues, and wildlife management agencies. We work to educate the general public regarding bottlenose dolphins and conservation issues through 1) public presentations at Brookfield Zoo, Mote Marine Laboratory, and other venues, 2) articles, 3) interviews, and 4) volunteering opportunities [...]

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