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THE MISSION BEHIND

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Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute (HSWRI) provides the only federally authorized first response, care, assistance, and research of dolphins and whales along 124 miles of Florida’s east coast. As part of Florida’s Marine Mammal Stranding Network, HSWRI serves the state and communities by providing data on stranded marine species, population studies and implementing programs that seek objective scientific solutions to the complex marine and coastal ecological problems facing Florida.

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Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute (HSWRI) provides the only federally authorized first response, care, assistance, and research of dolphins and whales along 124 miles of Florida’s east coast, as part of Florida’s Marine Mammal Stranding Network, HSWRI serves the state and communities by providing data on stranded marine species, population studies and implementing programs that seek objective scientific solutions to the complex marine and coastal ecological problems facing Florida.

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Giving your time is one of the most valuable contributions you can make to HSWRI

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute has a history of nurturing both young people in their quest to become scientists and those eager to dive into the opportunity to make a difference right here in their own backyard by aiding HSWRI in continuing our critical research.

Opportunities include:

  • Research volunteers
  • Development volunteers
  • Marine mammal stranding volunteers
  • Otter Spotter Citizen Scientists

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