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Ocean Embassy Called to Help Dolphins
In September of 2010, two bottlenose dolphins, Misha and Tom, were removed from the mountain resort of Hisarönü in the country of Turkey. This move came after various reports that the conditions in which the dolphins were kept were not adequate for their long term health and survival. After relocation to an open bay pen rehabilitation facility on the Adriatic Sea in Turkey, the health of both dolphins began to deteriorate causing great concern for their long term well-being. Upon hearing the plight of Misha and Tom, Robin Friday, Senior Partner at Ocean Embassy, responded to a request for assistance and immediately boarded a plane for Turkey to offer his specialized expertise...READ MORE
Ocean Embassy Teaches University of Miami Course
Ocean Embassy is honored to teach a Professional Masters Course at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science (RSMAS).
This is the second year in a row Ocean Embassy has the privilege to teach the Marine Mammal Behavior Analysis and Managed Care class...READ MORE
Ocean Embassy Declines Free the Pod Invitation
Ocean Embassy has declined to participate in Chris Porter's Free the Pod campaign, but has offered to work with the Solomon Island Scientific Authority on a management plan for the existing dolphins on Ghavutu Island that could include those animals' release...READ MORE
Ocean Embassy Forms Embassy Blue Institute Focused On Conservation Action
Embassy Blue Institute (EBI), recently formed by Ocean Embassy, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing and promoting global ocean conservation through marine life research, wildlife rescue, education, and the sharing of knowledge. The guiding principles supporting these efforts are: 1) action; 2) a positive approach; 3) education of others and within EBI; and 4) collaboration among communities, other conservation entities, and universities. ....READ MORE