September: From the Field...

Posted by Nicole Sears on Sep 26, 2020 12:00:00 AM

DPMMR’s Photo-ID researchers conducted multiple photo-ID surveys between Key Largo and Islamorada at the end of August on both Atlantic and Florida Bay sides. The first day resulted in 3 sightings with a total of 7 individual dolphins which are identified by the nicks and notches on their dorsal fins. Of these dolphins, 4 have been previously sighted within the Upper Keys region. These re-sights suggest strong site fidelity to the region which has implications for management and conservation efforts.

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Topics: Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins, Conservation, Newsletter, Photo ID

A Day-In-The-Life of a Photo ID Research Biologist

Posted by Nicole Sears on Sep 11, 2020 6:00:00 AM

A day-in-the-life of a Photo ID Research Biologist

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Topics: Conservation, Newsletter, Photo ID

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