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Cove Monitor’s First Day Experiencing the Worst

Cove Monitor’s First Day Experiencing the Worst

February 3, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

Our new volunteer Cove Monitor, Terran Baylor, tells how he got involved with our Save Japan Dolphins Campaign.

Little Marcos Passes Away

Little Marcos Passes Away

February 2, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

Little Marcos, the striped dolphin in Spain who lost his pod, has died.

More Risso’s Killed in Taiji

More Risso’s Killed in Taiji

January 11, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

Once again, the waters of the Cove turn red as the Taiji dolphin hunters kill a pod of Risso's dolphins, as reported by our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez.

Death of Risso’s Dolphins

Death of Risso’s Dolphins

January 9, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

More sad tidings from Taiji:  A pod of Risso's dolphins is slaughtered, as reported by our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez.

The Good and the Bad News

The Good and the Bad News

January 8, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

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.

More Taiji Dolphins for Captivity

More Taiji Dolphins for Captivity

January 7, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

Our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez describes yet another hunt in Taiji for captive dolphins.

Taiji Dolphins in Captivity

Taiji Dolphins in Captivity

January 4, 2013 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

Our volunteer Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez discusses a sad day in Taiji visiting the captive dolphins.

Final 2012 Taiji Report

Final 2012 Taiji Report

December 27, 2012 by Ric O'Barry, Earth Island Institute

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.

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