Hand Feed Dolphins at Tin Can Bay

 

dolphin News Archive

22-Jul-2008

  • Johnson aims to end home losing streak (Miami Herald)

    Josh Johnson last won at Dolphin Stadium on Aug. 28, 2006. But the surgically repaired pitcher said he is in his best physical shape since that day and hopes to end his 23-month winless drought at home Sunday when he faces the Phillies.


  • Let your mind unwind with dolphin therapy (The Desert Sun)

    Imagine swimming in the tranquil waters of the Bahamas. You feel the vibrations of an animal trying to communicate. Suddenly, a dolphin is staring directly at you, making clicking noises.


  • Sailors discover dolphin in their garden (Irish Examiner)

    TWO sailors were amazed when they woke to find a dead dolphin in their garden ? especially as they live on a steep hill over a kilometre from the sea.


  • Crews range far to cash in on the Dolphin Challenge (Sun-Sentinel)

    For most South Florida anglers, the secret to catching dolphin lately has been to cover a lot of water in the hope they'll be lucky enough to stumble across some nice fish.


  • TLC: Dolphin Bar a great business partner for school (Stuart News)

    The faculty, staff, students and administration of J. D. Parker School of Science, Math and Technology would like to thank Mr. Fred Ayers and The Dolphin Bar and Shrimp House.


  • Dolphin corpse perplexes authorities (Moldova.org)

    A Portland, England, man said he was shocked to open the curtains of his home and find a 3-foot dolphin dead in his garden.Mike Elliott, 28, said the sight was especially shocking because he and roommate Gary Harvey live half a mile from the sea and it's an uphill climb to their home, The Sun reported Friday.I know dolphins are supposed to be clever, but there's no way it got there by itself and ...


  • Volunteers head to the Shore for annual dolphin count (Baltimore Sun)

    National Aquarium's annual count of mammals attracts volunteers to the Shore Peering toward choppy gray waves and a smear of mid-July humidity that shrouded the horizon early yesterday, Val-Jean Slowinski kept her binoculars at the ready. Trouble was, if you were out scouting dolphins, as she was, it turned into a day at the beach.


  •  


     

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

    Back to dolphin News Archives