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Dolphins at New Quay

Sitting on the cool stone of New Quay harbour and although a strong breeze tugs at coats and hats, the greyish green ocean in front on me is relatively calm with just the occasional little crest of white tipping a wave. 685 more words

Bird Watching

Dolphin stranded near Port Arthur is rescued by Texas Parks and Wildlife, animal rescue group...


A dolphin stranded on the beach near Port Arthur was saved Tuesday by the Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. … 187 more words

Street Creatures – August 25, 2017

Last week of Ocean Life Appreciation Month at NDN… and who better to represent life in the seas than a bottlenose dolphin, enjoying the beats near Deep Ellum in Dallas, Texas, USA (photo: matt griffin, cc by-sa 2.0)

Nature

 Where have all the Dolphins gone?

Hi, Mary here and I am the Wildlife Officer on board the Cap Finistère for 10 days until Sophie arrives back off holiday on the 23rd August. 1,123 more words

Groovy Cuvies

Hi everyone, Nicki back again to tell you about my second week aboard the Cap Finestère. It’s been another wonderful week with lots of exciting sightings, and although the weather has been variable, the sea state has got better and better across the Bay of Biscay over the last few days. 1,052 more words

Mark-Recapture and Metapopulation Structure: Using Study Design to Minimize Heterogeneity

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Wildlife isn’t usually uniformly or randomly distributed across land- or sea-scapes. It’s typically distributed across a series of subpopulations (or communities). 989 more words

Methods Papers

British Animal Challenge: bottlenose dolphins

It’s been a while since I last wrote about my British Animal Challenge, but I haven’t forgotten it. I managed to tick another species on my list this Easter: the bottlenose dolphin. 460 more words

Mammals