Dolphin Discoveries has made some decisions, one of which was to find a research site other than the Matanzas River. Read more about it all on the Dolphin Discoveries website by clicking here. We are also looking back at last … Continue reading
The Dolphin Discoveries Project is in need of a new camera, and we need to have it purchased before January. We are hoping to buy a Nikon D7100 at Black Friday, as prices may drop by up to 50 percent. We also need a hydrophone (underwater microphone) and computer, although the camera is probably the most important. If you would like to donate and help us buy new equipment, you can do so today at www.Plumfund.com/Fundraising/DolphinDiscoveriesProject[link]. If the camera goes down to half price on Black Friday it will probably be in the $400 to $500 range (this includes purchasing a standard lens). I am currently doing extra work trying to raise money myself, but I’m going to need help if I am to make this goal. Many thanks to those who have already donated!
Wild Thing going wild in my bed last night.
Wild Thing about to take a nap…
Moosky and her son, Wild Thing, roughhousing in the yard.
Help me buy new equipment for the Dolphin Discoveries Project. Visit http://www.snails2whales.com/donate.
Sea turtles have been showing up lethargic on Cocoa Beach, and I found one today! Read about it here: http://www.snails2whales.com/sea-turtles-showing-up-sick-on-cocoa-beach/
(by the way, I would appreciate it if you would leave your comments on the article at http://www.snails2whales.com/sea-turtles-showing-up-sick-on-cocoa-beach/ and not this one. Love your comments, keep them coming!)
Click here to watch an amazing video I captured of a catfish feeding frenzy!!
I am finally down at Cocoa Beach! Earlier today we went down to Port Canaveral. I posted all about our adventure – click here to read it! Want to receive email notifications of new posts from Snails2Whales? Sign up by … Continue reading
This video is a movie of different videos from my most recent visit to Inkfish Bay all strung together into a longer video of dolphins swimming together as a family. The video features several of the local Inkfish Bay dolphins, … Continue reading