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Intern Opportunity: Eugenie Clark Skills and Leadership

2023-02-22T13:33:09+00:00

We're pleased to partner once again with Minorities in Shark Science (MISS) and Havenworth Coastal Conservation to offer the Eugenie Clark Field Research Skills and Leadership Program. Applications for this PAID internship are due March 15. (Click here for a shareable PDF) Minorities in Shark Sciences is offering a full-time paid training experience in

Intern Opportunity: Eugenie Clark Skills and Leadership2023-02-22T13:33:09+00:00

Passive Acoustic Listening Stations

2023-11-14T19:47:59+00:00

SDRP has operates the Sarasota Bay Listening Network, a network of underwater passive acoustic listening stations in Sarasota Bay; each station includes a hydrophone that records sounds to flash memory cards and/or transmits data via cell phones. These stations allow us to explore the underwater acoustic environment of Sarasota Bay to better understand the

Passive Acoustic Listening Stations2023-11-14T19:47:59+00:00

Dolphin Personalities and Conservation

2023-01-18T15:10:31+00:00

Evidence of consistent individual differences (IDs) in behavior, indicative of individual personalities (also referred as behavioral types or coping strategies), has been demonstrated across the animal kingdom from mollusks to mammals. "Who" an individual is will impact how they handle challenges, react to stressors, select mates and ultimately how successful they are in reproduction

Dolphin Personalities and Conservation2023-01-18T15:10:31+00:00

F213

2023-01-18T16:22:33+00:00

Dolphin F213 Stats Name: F213, also known as Maddie Sex: Female Age: Born 2007 A Dolphin's Life F213 was born in 2007 to FB55, who is part of a life-long and well-known female lineage in Sarasota Bay. (FB55 is the third calf

F2132023-01-18T16:22:33+00:00

Dolphins and Microplastics

2022-12-16T15:26:47+00:00

Study Finds Evidence that Dolphins are Ingesting Microplastics A new study in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Marine Science has found evidence that members of the Sarasota Bay dolphin community are inadvertently ingesting microplastics as part of their diet — a finding that has implications for another long-lived apex predator that eats seafood:

Dolphins and Microplastics2022-12-16T15:26:47+00:00

Your Support on Giving Tuesday Makes This Possible

2022-11-29T14:59:26+00:00

Your Support on Giving Tuesday Makes This Possible As people who regularly follow our research and progress know, since 1970, we’ve been working to better understand dolphins and their ecosystem, and sharing the knowledge we've gained locally, statewide, nationally and internationally to help reduce the threats that dolphins worldwide face in the wild.

Your Support on Giving Tuesday Makes This Possible2022-11-29T14:59:26+00:00

Tracking Offshore Dolphins During Hurricane Ian

2023-02-27T15:11:10+00:00

We’ve got some exciting news to share about our ongoing efforts to conduct health assessments of offshore dolphins: In September, we were able to conduct assessments and tag four dolphins over the West Florida Shelf. The SDRP is leading this project, which involves a multi-institution team funded by the Florida RESTORE Act Centers of

Tracking Offshore Dolphins During Hurricane Ian2023-02-27T15:11:10+00:00

Winter Internship with SDRP: Apply Now

2022-09-24T11:51:39+00:00

Are you a college student studying marine biology, biology, ecology, zoology, wildlife, fisheries, or a related field and interested in learning more about how dolphin research is conducted by participating in the world’s longest running study of a wild dolphin population? We’re now accepting applications for our Winter 2023 Internship Program, which this year

Winter Internship with SDRP: Apply Now2022-09-24T11:51:39+00:00
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