The Dolphin Discovery Centre has a team of volunteers and staff members who run the Dolphin Discovery Centre every day, but behind the scenes is another team of hard workers dedicated to conserving, educating and researching the Bottlenose Dolphins who live in our bay.
Without these projects, we would still not know a lot about the dolphins, where they go in winter, how long do they stay away, when do they return, which calf belongs to which mama, which injuries are new – do they need help, how many are seen each day, the list is endless and the more we know about these amazing mammals the more they and their environment can be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Sorry about the corny title for this blog but really it is...it's SUPERDOLPHIN! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, SUPERDOLPHIN appeared in Koombana Bay last weekend to the delight of our swim
We know our dolphins are pretty amazing but the latest research paper from the Murdoch team has highlighted how smart they really are! According to a scientific paper recently published in the Australian
Very exciting news to present to you the latest research paper from the Murdoch University Cetacean Research team based here at the Dolphin Discovery Centre. The paper entitled "Sex-Specific Patterns