“Choppy” Well marked adult female In catalogue since 2008 Great mom! Latest calf has been with her since 2010. Check back for updates.
January 2009 – January 2019 Steve 2009 vs. 2019. Florida East Coast resident dolphin Steve wanted to join the #howharddidaginghityou challenge! He was rescued from entanglement in 2012 by Hubbs researchers Wendy Noke-Durden & Teresa Mazza-Jablonski and named after the FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute officer who spotted and cared for him until our team’s arrival. Over the […]
(Scroll down for older information) December 2018 During routine photo ID surveys conducted in December 2018, our team spotted TRIP accompanied by her four calves, including her nearly seven-month old, nicknamed “SLIP”. The group was seen engaging in feeding behavior which corresponded with a very active “mullet run- when mullet travel from cold waters to […]
(Scroll down for older information on BSTN) January 29, 2019 A vessel struck dolphin (BSTN) HSWRI has been monitoring since February 2018. The animal has recovered from the propeller injuries and a recent shark bite and is currently in good body condition. May 2, 2018 During one of our routine photo-ID surveys in Mosquito […]