Tracking

These posts are about post-release or post-intervention tracking conducted by the SDRP.

Dolphin F312 Injured by Boat

2024-07-11T15:46:35+00:00

Boat Collision Injures Sarasota Bay Dolphin In July 2024, members of the public reported a dolphin with an injured dorsal fin. Subsequent surveys by the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program allowed us to identify the dolphin as F312, an 8-year-old male dolphin born to FB90, also known as “Killer.” Since his birth in

Dolphin F312 Injured by Boat2024-07-11T15:46:35+00:00

Offshore Research Update

2024-06-27T16:18:21+00:00

June 2024 Offshore Dolphin Research Update Since 2022, we’ve been conducting health assessments of offshore dolphins to gather data needed to address critical information gaps for the little-known species that regularly inhabit west Florida’s continental shelf waters. In May 2024, we conducted the final field session of our Florida RESTORE Act Centers of

Offshore Research Update2024-06-27T16:18:21+00:00

Understanding Offshore Dolphin Behavior

2024-06-27T15:57:54+00:00

High-resolution data-loggers reveal fine-scale movement and foraging behavior of offshore dolphins “Bill,” an Atlantic spotted dolphin, with a satellite-linked tag on his dorsal fin and DTAG on his back upon release in September 2022. During offshore health assessments in September 2022, we deployed digital-acoustic archival tags (DTAGs) via suction cups on

Understanding Offshore Dolphin Behavior2024-06-27T15:57:54+00:00

Assessing the Health of Offshore Dolphins

2022-07-07T19:57:31+00:00

Learn About the First Health Assessment of an Offshore Dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico On June 1, 2022, the SDRP led the first-ever health assessment of an offshore dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico. The collaborative effort involved biologists and veterinarians from six nonprofit organizations and universities and was

Assessing the Health of Offshore Dolphins2022-07-07T19:57:31+00:00

Short-Finned Pilot Whale Tracking — 2019

2021-02-26T17:25:00+00:00

On July 29, 2019, members of the public alerted emergency responders about the stranding of five short-finned pilot whales on Redington Beach, Florida. Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s rescue team led the response, heading to the site along with wildlife agencies and local authorities, including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Florida’s

Short-Finned Pilot Whale Tracking — 20192021-02-26T17:25:00+00:00
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