Too many dolphins died, almost 900, but Japanese activists are getting involved too, as Ric O'Barry assesses this year's dolphin hunt season in Taiji.
One of Japan's foremost protector of dolphins and a great friend and colleague, Sakae Hemmi of Elsa Nature Conservancy, spoke recently with Elizabeth Batt about her studies of mercury in dolphin meat.
Helen O'Barry reports on Ric's trip to the Faroe Islands, where pilot whales are killed on a regular basis. Is there a glimmer of hope?
Ric O'Barry asks for your help to make this year's Japan Dolphins Day better than ever!
Earth Island and Ric O'Barry have the scientific facts about mercury. Will the Japanese government listen?
In Taiji, Risso's dolphins are slaughtered while two are kept for captivity, all carefully hidden from the cameras of our Cove Monitors. Tim Burns reports.
In this interview by Salvatore Cardoni from TakePart.com, Ric O'Barry talks about his plans for 2012 to protect dolphins around the world.
It has been a year unlike any other year. There has been trajedy, but also much progress. Ric O'Barry talks about 2011 and looking forward to our campaigns in 2012.