Blog Archives: January 2012
As our Cove Monitor Tia Butt leaves Taiji, she reports on a large kill of striped dolphins.
No dolphins died today in the Cove, and our Save Japan Dolphins' volunteer Cove Monitor Tia Butt reports that the fishermen from Taiji have been unable to find dolphins, much less kill them, for several days.
Our volunteer Cove Monitor Tia Butt reports on another slaughter of Risso's dolphins today, after a day of peace for the dolphins yesterday.
A sad day, as nine Risso's dolphins are killed in the Cove, but Tia Butt reports that several other dolphins escaped.
Help shut down the smallest tank in the world in the Taiji Whale Museum by writing, calling or emailing the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) and sign our petition.
High winds blow away the dolphin hunters' chances again in Taiji, as reported by our volunteer Cove Monitor Tia Butt. But many dolphins still suffer daily in captivity.
Leilani Munter, race car driver and lover of dolphins, is closing in on raising enough money for Daytonna and her special "Cove"-themed racing car. Help put her over the top!
Leah Lemieux reports that heavy weather keeps dolphins safe for the past few days, while change in Japan is happening, albeit slowly.