Blog: Captivity Industry
Ric O'Barry travels to the Republic of Korea to consult with the government and grassroots organizations about rehabilitating illegally-captured dolphins.
Ric O'Barry sends a thank you letter to Mayor Sangen of Taiji for moving Sad and Lonely to a new bigger outdoor tank at the Taiji Whale Museum.
Tim Burns, our volunteer Cove Monitor in Taiji, tells about his encounters with a Japanese surfer in Japan.
Ric reports on his trip to Germany and Switzerland, with press conferences and major demonstrations in front of dolphinariums. His message: "Don't buy a ticket!"
Sad and Lonely are in a new better tank at the Taiji Whale Museum, with thanks to Japanese activists and the Mayor of Taiji. But Ric O'Barry notes WAZA did nothing.
Ric O'Barry debates the owner of Ocean Park in Hong Kong, a dolphinarium.
Ric O'Barry is in Hong Kong to screen The Cove, speak to students and the media, and debate the owners of the dolphinarium Ocean Park.
Salvatore Cardoni of TakePart.com reports on a huge win for dolphins: Hong Kong Airlines announces they will no longer ship live dolphins.