|2-11-17 – Help Save the Lives of Thousands of Sea Turtles – Act Now!
Dolphin Quest is reaching out to ask for your comments of support for a proposed rule to require all currently exempted Southeast shrimp boats in the US to use Turtle Excluder Devises (TED’s) in their trawls. This requirement is designed to save the lives of thousands of sea turtles a year that needlessly get trapped in these fishing nets. The public comment period ends February 14 – LEARN MORE and ACT NOW!
|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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|10.25.16 – Dolphin Quest In The News – The Huffington Post – Results & Relationships: Lessons from the Pool|
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9.12.16 – Dive Depth and Duration Exceed Previous Records for Bermuda Dolphins
Under special permit from the Bermuda Department of the Environment and Natural Resources, an international team of marine mammal scientists, Dolphin Quest veterinarians and animal care professionals have performed a health assessment and tagged four of Bermuda’s deep water bottlenose dolphins as part of an ongoing scientific study. LEARN MORE & TRACK DOLPHINS
|7.27.16 – Dolphin Quest In The News – The Royal Gazette – Schoolgirl helps save marine life|
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|10.8.16 – Dolphin Quest In The News – West Hawaii Today – Waikoloa fifth graders get up close with dolphins|
|6.9.16 – Dolphin Quest In The News – West Hawaii Today – World Oceans Day celebrated in South Kohala|
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|5.23.16 – Dolphin Quest In The News – KITV – Dolphin Quest Study Underway|
|5.24.16 – Dolphin Quest In The News – Star Advertiser – New Study Examines Dolphins’ Respiratory Well-Being|
|4.18.16 – Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle Blessing and Release Celebration
On Saturday, April 16, we celebrated the ocean release of four-year-old Hawaiian green sea turtles Wailele and Momona as part of a collaborative conservation initiative to protect this native turtle species. READ & WATCH Video!
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