Blog: Captivity Industry
Two new developments today: Richard Branson of Virgin Airways posts a blog about Taiji, and our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez reports on the capture of more dolphins for captivity.
Our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez describes yet another hunt in Taiji for captive dolphins.
Our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez discusses a sad day in Taiji visiting the captive dolphins.
Save Japan Dolphins Cove Monitor Yoav Ben-Shushan reports from the Cove in Taiji, where last week hundreds of wild bottlenose dolphins were kept in nets for days while representatives of the captive dolphin industry chose animals for a life of imprisonment.
Little Marcos in Spain needs a new sea pen, so the volunteers of PROMAR, with some funding from the Dolphin Project, is building him a new home.
It looks like the information we had on the party at uShaka Marine Park in South Africa was wrong, and so Ric apologizes to the Park.
In Almerimar, Spain, the local grassroots volunteer group PROMAR is successfully raising a young striped dolphin, Marcos, to be released back into the sea, despite many looming roadblocks.
For three days, the dolphin hunters have failed to find any dolphins, as our volunteer Cove Monitor Kerry O'Brien reports on her last day in Taiji.