Hand Feed Dolphins at Tin Can Bay


dolphin News Archive


  • Toronto treated to Dolphin win (News Chief)

    Published: Monday, December 8, 2008 at 4:01 a.m. Last Modified: Monday, December 8, 2008 at 1:09 a.m. TORONTO - This was a lot better for safety Yeremiah Bell and the Miami Dolphins than dodging snowballs at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

  • Bills Get a Dolphin Size Thumping in Canada (CBS 5 News Syracuse)

    The Bills picked up their sixth defeat in the last seven games in their first "home" game ever in Toronto.

  • Film on Taiji dolphin slaughters to compete at Sundance (The Japan Times)

    It began on Nov. 30, 2005, as a full-page, award-winning Japan Times feature by Boyd Harnell, headlined "Secret dolphin slaughter defies protests." Now, after sparking widespread outrage over the annual slaughter of some 2,500 dolphins in Taiji, Wakayama Prefecture, a graphic film made there in secret has been selected as one of 16 finalists ? from 879 submissions ? in the Documentaries ...

  • Galwegians 14-29 Dolphin (RTÉ News)

    Galwegians lost their grip on a 7-5 half-time lead as Dolphin powered to their third league win at Glenina. The Cork men showed a clinical edge as scrum half Gary O'Keeffe (2), full-back Jeff Power (2) and prop Christy Condon helped themselves to tries.

  • Gators, Sooners To Play For National Title (Local 10 Miami)

    The Florida Gators will play for the national title for the second time in three years when they face the Oklahoma Sooners in the BCS title game January 8 at Dolphin Stadium.

  • Commentary: Gators-Sooners title game a sure shootout (The Palm Beach Post)

    Florida and Oklahoma probably won't meet to decide college basketball's national championship next spring in Detroit. But don't be surprised if the Gators and Sooners light it up like a hoops shootout when they meet for the football championship next month at Dolphin Stadium.

  • Gators vs. Sooners hot title matchup (Sun-Sentinel)

    Florida, Oklahoma have been lighting up scoreboards Alert Dolphin Stadium personnel.

  • Gators, Sooners to play for all the marbles (The Sarasota Herald-Tribune)


  • Oklahoma Sooners? hard work pays off with BCS title shot (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

    By MIKE JONES At a time when many figured Oklahoma?s national championship prospects had ended, they began in earnest. The 45-35 loss to Texas was a beginning, rather than an end. And that process ended Sunday when the Sooners soared to the No. 1 BCS ranking and into the BCS national championship game Jan. 8 in Dolphin Stadium in Miami against SEC champion and second-ranked Florida. "It was ...



    Back to Holiday at Tin Can Bay and Hand Feed Dolphins for FREE Tin Can Bay.

    Back to dolphin News Archives