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Dolphin F217 Stats Name: F217 Sex: Female Age: Born 2007 A Dolphin's Life We’ve known F217 since she was born in 2007 to a dolphin we call Big Shout (F141). We’ve observed F217 more than 280 times since her birth. F217 became


DWH: 12 Years On


A Dozen Years After the Deepwater Horizon Disaster, We're Still Documenting Impacts to Dolphins April 2022 marks the anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. A dozen years after this disastrous event, scientists are still identifying the long-term impacts on the local Barataria Bay

DWH: 12 Years On2022-04-10T13:34:04+00:00



Dolphin F207 Stats Name: F207, aka Swiss Cheese Sex: Female Age: Born 2005 A Dolphin's Life Swiss Cheese is the calf of F175 and grand-calf of FB75 (also known as Pup). We’ve observed her more than 600 times since her birth


Wells Receives Lifetime Achievement Award


SDRP Leader Receives Lifetime Achievement Award We're proud to offer congratulations to one of our own: Dr. Randy Wells, Vice President of Marine Mammal Conservation at the Chicago Zoological Society and director of the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program. Dr. Wells received the Kenneth S. Norris Lifetime Achievement Award from the

Wells Receives Lifetime Achievement Award2023-08-31T12:30:54+00:00

Learn Field Research Skills


The Eugenie Clark Field Research Skills and Leadership Program New College of Florida is offering paid training experiences in shark research. Participants will receive mentorship from scientists from New College, Havenworth Coastal Conservation, the Chicago Zoological Society's Sarasota Dolphin Research Program and Minorities in Shark Science (MISS) and participate in on-vessel field-based research, receiving

Learn Field Research Skills2022-02-06T15:25:14+00:00

An Intern’s Perspective


University of Miami student Cassidy Renninger was an SDRP intern during 2021. Here, in her words, was what her experience was like. Sometime between walking the paths at the Atlanta Zoo as a toddler and moving to Florida as a 5-year-old, the ocean became a place of comfort and adventure for me. Eyeing the

An Intern’s Perspective2022-01-28T19:54:39+00:00
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