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Take Action Today To Support The Important Work We Do Daily

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We Love Dolphins Every Day And Know You Do Too! Every day at Dolphin Quest, we provide our animals with the highest quality care, large natural habitats, enriching social interactions and many other factors vital to their wellness. Dolphin Quest follows strict guidelines set by the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), as well…

Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle Blessing and Release Celebration

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Four-year-old Hawaii green sea turtles Wailele and Momona, who were hatched at Sea Life Park and raised at Dolphin Quest, were released into the ocean on Saturday, April 16, 2016, as part of a collaborative conservation initiative to protect Hawaii’s native and threatened turtle species. These young honu (Hawaiian for green sea turtle) have been ocean…

Fight Ocean Pollution – Become the Solution

Join Us for ‘Our World Oceans’ Month and create a #DebrisFreeSea! We need your help! The extreme threat of marine debris with its devastating effects on marine life has been recognized by governments and environmental organizations around the world. Join members of the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums (AMMPA) and the European Association for…

Urgent – Hundreds of Starving Sea Lions Need Your Help!

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An overwhelming number of malnourished sea lion pups are showing up on the California coastline. The stranding centers and marine mammal rescue response teams are stretched to the limit with available resources. They need public help as they diligently work to rescue and rehabilitate these starving animals with a goal of releasing them when they…