Hand Feed Dolphins at Tin Can Bay

 

dolphin News Archive

06-Mar-2011

  • Dolphin mystery just one piece of oil-spill puzzle

    GULFPORT -- The investigation into the many infant dolphin deaths along the coasts of Mississippi and Alabama will be multi-faceted in the months to come and watched by dozens of agencies and hundreds of attorneys in litigation with BP.


  • Dolphin-Baby Die-Off in Gulf Puzzles Scientists

    An unusual number of dead young dolphins are washing up on the Gulf Coast. Puzzled scientists warn it's too soon to blame the BP oil spill.


  • BP Oil Spill May Be Linked to Dolphin Deaths in Gulf

    Large numbers of bottlenose dolphin carcasses are washing up on shore along the coasts of Mississippi and Alabama leading scientists and researches scrambling to find out why. Since Jan. 1, an abnormally high number of stillborn and infant bottlenose dolphins have washed up on shore. That number could soon beat out the 89 total from all of last year. Additionally, adult dolphin carcasses have ...


  • Rocky Kistner: Death of a Dolphin Sparks Anger in the Gulf

    Capt Lori DeAngelis runs a boating business called Dolphin Queen Cruises, which ferries tourists in Orange Beach, AL, to see pods of dolphins at play...


  • Dolphin rescued, released in Tayabas Bay

    A stranded dolphin was rescued by fishermen in Barangay (village) Talao-Talao facing Tayabas Bay here Thursday afternoon and was later released back to its natural habitat, a village councilor said.


  •  


     

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

    Back to Great Sandy Strait Website

    Back to dolphin News Archives