... and confirming dolphin ID's. So far this season we have seen 16 adult females (some with offspring), 7 sub-adult females, 2 each adult and juvenile males, and 32 sub-adult males.

5-6 hours of watching video ...

The typhoon was still southwest of us, but the wind and sea conditions kept us in port. No matter because all of us congregated in the Iruka House (dolphin house, where I am staying) and confirmed ID's from three more videotapes. Only 5 tapes remaining ... before we gather more data. And, tomorrow will likely include more videotape viewing. It was nice to recognize so many individual dolphins, and review the footage shot. We have more than 6 hours of video and sound data gathered this season. And, we have about the same amount of click detector data (i.e., recordings of echolocation signals from individual dolphins). The typhoon seems to have increased speed and should be here tonight, not tomorrow. Till tomorrow, Kathleen

Contact Us

Write to us via snail-mail at:

Dolphin Communication Project
P.O. Box 7485
Port St. Lucie, FL, 34985
USA

Email us:

info {at} dcpmail {dot} org

THE DOLPHIN COMMUNICATION PROJECT CHARITABLE SOLICITATION NUMBER CH42894, MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED BY THE FLORIDA SOLICITATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS ACT.  A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, OR 850-410-3800 WHEN CALLING OUTSIDE THE STATE.  REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

Connect with us

Join us on Facebook