The Wild Dolphin Project will join the relief efforts in The Bahamas
For 5 months of the year, our team studies and observes the behavior and sounds of wild dolphins in their natural environment. The gin-clear water and temperate summers are what make our 35 years of field research in the Bahamas possible.
Then a hurricane strikes. The country is left devastated and in despair.
After touching base with our contacts in West End, it is decided that we will join in the 2nd wave of relief by focusing our efforts on providing items for recovery and rebuilding. We will use the advantage of R/V Stenella's wide deck and large interior cabin and deep hulls to transport some of the larger, bulkier items such as generators, portable stoves, roofing material, bedding, tents, and more.