Monthly Archives: April 2017
Celebrate. Freedom. #FreeBaliDolphins
#FREEBALIDOLPHINS Tour Bali The #FreeBaliDolphins tour is coming to town! Two awesome events are taking place in Bali, featuring street artists, skatersread more
BREAKING: Two More Dolphins in South Korea Heading for Freedom!
BREAKING: After 20 years of captivity, two dolphins being held at Seoul Grand Park in Seoul, South Korea will soon be released intoread more
Young Surfers Agree: Leave Dolphins Wild & Free!
Learning is fun – just ask these young participants at the Ripcurl Kids Surf Competition. Dolphin Project’s team, led by Indonesia Campaign Director Femke Denread more
Happy 47th Birthday Dolphin Project!
I flew into Bimini in the Bahamas to do something at last about the dolphins. Actually, I wasn’t clear myself about whyread more
Keep Kuwait’s Scientific Center Expansion Dolphin-Free!
By the very nature of the term, Kuwait’s “scientific center” should preclude the keeping of dolphins in captivity. Yet, this is exactly whatread more
BREAKING: Russia to Ban Traveling Dolphin Shows and Contact Zoos
April 13, 2017: As reported by Russian news, Vesti.ru, Deputies of the State Duma in the Russian Federation intend to add a ban on traveling dolphinread more
Update on Indonesia’s Toxic Traveling Circuses
It’s hard to believe that traveling dolphin shows continue to exist. They do – in Indonesia – and it’s worse than anyoneread more
Two Orcas Killed off St. Vincent; Call for Immediate Moratorium
What should have been a beautiful day on the Caribbean Sea turned into a nightmare. On April 3, 2017, tourists aboard a Thomsonread more
One Dolphin’s Story: Carmelita
Quick Facts Caught: Late November, 1978, Puerto Deseado, Argentina Died: July 21, 1981, at Mystic Marinelife Aquarium, Connecticut, USA In February 2016, SeaWorld announced theyread more
Travel Firms Take a Stand Against Animal Suffering
Thomas Cook, one of the oldest and best-known travel companies has stopped selling tickets to certain animal attractions over concerns of animal welfare.read more