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2.12.18 – Hilton Waikoloa Village goes “Plastic Straw Free”

We are thrilled to share the conservation success of our partner the Hilton Waikoloa Village, the first resort in Hawaii to go “plastic straw free”! Plastic straws are consistently one of the top 10 most popular marine debris found in Hawaii and around the world. Plastic straws have devastating effects on marine life including fish, turtles, seabirds and many other animals if ingested. Please read this article from Big Island Now and see how the Hilton Waikoloa Village is leading change in Hawaii to protect our ocean and wildlife. READ MORE

     
 

4.26.18 – Pohakea Elementary Students Raise Awareness for the World’s Most Endangered Porpoise and Earn Education Experience of a Lifetime.   The creative work of 4th graders from Pohakea Elementary School in Honolulu, Hawaii won them an all-expense paid field trip to Dolphin Quest this week located at the Kahala Hotel & Resort. These lucky students submitted the grand prize-winning video entry for the Dolphin Quest Student Stewards Contest. READ MORE

     
 

11.22.17 — Dolphin Quest Trains Next Generation Marine Mammal Specialists in Japan 

Dolphin Quest Vice President of Marine Mammals participated in a workshop with students in Japan on animal care and husbandry for zoological institutions. READ MORE

     
    5.14.17 – Dolphin Quest In The News – KITV4 Island News“Dolphin Quest” provides data, training vital for marine conservation
     
    4.5.17 – Less than 30 Left – Act Now to Save the Vaquita Porpoise from Extinction!
Dolphin Quest has joined forces with the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums (AMMPA) to help save a marine mammal species facing extinction. This is it, and we need your help. Learn More & Donate Today!
     

  1.17.17 – Dolphin Quest Awarded Humane Certification for Exemplary Animal Care

All three Dolphin Quest locations awarded Humane certification. READ MORE

     
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Big Island – Hawaii

  4.24.17 – Dolphin Quest In The News – VacationIdea – Dream Vacation Magazine25 Best Things to Do in Hawaii
     
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Oahu – Hawaii

 

4.26.18 – Pohakea Elementary Students Raise Awareness for the World’s Most Endangered Porpoise and Earn Education Experience of a Lifetime.   The creative work of 4th graders from Pohakea Elementary School in Honolulu, Hawaii won them an all-expense paid field trip to Dolphin Quest this week located at the Kahala Hotel & Resort. These lucky students submitted the grand prize-winning video entry for the Dolphin Quest Student Stewards Contest. READ MORE

     
  11.6.17 – Monk Seal Event Raises Money for Great Cause
On Friday, October 20, 2017, Dolphin Quest Oahu and The Kahala Hotel & Resort hosted a benefit to support Hawaii Marine Animal Response. It was a lively evening full of fun, food, music and marine mammals that supporting a great cause. READ MORE
     
  10.11.17 – “Adopt” a Hawaiian Monk Seal and Support a Great Cause!
Be part of an event Dolphin Quest Oahu and The Kahala Hotel & Resort are hosting to raise funds for Hawai’i Marine Animal Response and their extraordinary network of volunteers who help to preserve Hawaii’s protected marine species. The event takes place on Friday, October 20, 2017 at The Kahala Hotel & Resort (5000 Kahala Ave, Honolulu, HI) from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. LEARN MORE
     
  5.19.17 – Honolulu Star-AdvertiserScientists tout value of studying dolphins in captivity
     
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Bermuda

  9.15.17 – Bermuda not Affected by Hurricane Irma & Welcoming Tourists as Usual
Several recent media reports about Hurricane Irma confused Barbuda with Bermuda and created some concern that Bermuda may have been affected, which is incorrect. READ MORE
     
 

6.26.17 – Dolphin Quest In The News –  Bernews – BTA Certifies Companies for Service Standards

     
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