Tag Archives: Richard O’Barry
Measurable Progress for Dolphins in 2018
While it seems like yesterday we were welcoming in the new year, I’m amazed by how much progress we’ve made for dolphinsread more
Do Good. Feel Good.
Holiday giving with a purpose With the holidays just around the corner, now is the perfect time to support Dolphin Project and ourread more
World to Japan: Stop the War on Dolphins!
A big THANK YOU to all that lent their voices during this year’s Japan Dolphins Day events. Individuals, activists and organizations acrossread more
Return to The Cove
Fifteen years ago I stood on the shores of the Cove, watching in disbelief as a scene of unspeakable cruelty took placeread more
The Cove Screens Prior to Taiji’s Dolphin Hunts
What is the connection between buying a ticket to a dolphin show or swimming with captive dolphins and the horrific dolphin slaughtersread more
A Mermaid on a Mission
GUEST AUTHOR: Nina Leipold As a professional mermaid, it’s easy for people to assume that I’ve always been obsessed with mermaids, butread more
Happy 48th Birthday Dolphin Project!
“After attempting to free a captive dolphin named Charlie Brown, I spent a week in a Bimini jail, paid the $5 fineread more
2017: Positive Change for Dolphins
It’s hard to believe 2017 is coming to a close, yet I have never felt more positive about the progress we’ve maderead 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