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21-Apr-2011

  • Dolphin expert still not ready to blame oil for deaths

    Dr. Moby Solangi with the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies is cautiously optimistic on the future of dolphins, turtles and birds along the Gulf of Mexico.


  • Beached dolphin dies in Newport

    A dolphin beached itself before it died at Newport Beach on Sunday afternoon, said Mike Teague, animal control officer for the city of Newport Beach.At about 2:30 p.m. officials received a call about a live dolphin near 15th Street, he said.A crowd tried to push it back into the water but the...


  • Scientists Monitoring Dolphin Population Following Oil Spill

    Some people believe the oil spill is directly related to the alarming number of dolphin deaths. Scientists have been off the coast of Grand Isle looking for answers.


  • NBA legend AC Green paints dolphin mural

    By Marjorie GorospeQUEZON CITY, METRO MANILA? National Basketball Association (NBA) legend and Hall of Famer AC Green recently visited the country and joined efforts to promote dolphin protection.Green joined the dolphin protection efforts by painting a mural together with conservationist A.G. Saņo.The visit of the former NBA great is in line with the ?NBA Cares? celebration of ?NBA Green Week ...


  • Bihar to set up dolphin conservation task force

    Patna, April 21 (IANS) Bihar has decided to set up a task force for conservation of the endangered Gangetic river dolphins, an official said Thursday.


  • Algae eyed in Calif. dolphin, sea lion deaths

    Experts suspect sea mammals washing up along Southern California coast victims of naturally occurring neurotoxin


  • Dolphin tennis teams state-bound again

    BY JASON THOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com For the fourth consecutive year and the sixth time in the last eight years, the Gulf Breeze High boys and tennis teams will both compete in the state tournament. read more


  • Study Of Gulf Dolphin Mortality Being Hampered

    Scientists at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies in Mississippi claim that a federal agency?s practice of returning rescued dolphins far offshore is hampering attempts to investigate dolphin deaths following the BP oil spill last year, Moby Solangi, director of the institute, tells Reuters. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is confirming that two dolphins found in ...


  • Dolphin track teams get final tuneup before district meet

    BY JASON THOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com The GBHS boys and girls track team got in its final tune up before Wednesday?s District 1-3A meet (after the News? deadline) in a three-team meet at Pace Thursday. Gulf Breeze finished second to Milton?s girls and Pace?s boys. The Dolphins lost by three (78-75) to Pace, while the Lady Dolphins had 51 points ...


  • Mothers Day Dolphin Tournament offers $15,000

    MARATHON -- Catch 53 Bar Grille is presenting the 5th Annual Mothers Day Dolphin Tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys. The May 7 tournament offers $15,000 in cash and... read more


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