From The Field...

Posted by DPMMR Staff on Aug 21, 2020 6:00:00 AM

JULY 2020 Update: 

DPMMR researchers conducted multiple photo-ID surveys between Key Largo and Islamorada during July. Surveys were conducted on both Atlantic and Florida Bay, and resulted in 6 sightings with a total of 26 individual dolphins, which are identified by the nicks and notches on their dorsal fins. The high degree of re-sightings suggests strong site-fidelity to the region. All surveys are conducted under NMFS GA No. 21556.


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Topics: Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins, Conservation, Newsletter

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