An interesting article recently published in Scientific American. “On a research vessel in the waters off Greece’s Amvrakikos Gulf, Joan Gonzalvo watched a female bottlenose dolphin in obvious distress…”
The IDP recommends you this article written by Ferdinand Bammer
In 2012 we received 60+ dolphin sighting reports. Have a look at the sightings map and find out more about how you can help us.
The 2013 fieldwork season took off. More soon! Feels good to be back!
In a few weeks the Ionian Dolphin Project will start the 2013 fieldwork season. Do not miss our brand NEW video.
In year 2012, the Earthwatch Community Volunteers Fellowship has given the opportunity to 5 young Greek scientist/students to join the Ionian Dolphin Project. This pioneer initiative in Greece has been possible thanks to the support of The Chesonis Family Foundation and Earthwatch.
The IDP has received already more than 50 dolphin sighting reports!! Please, do not give up on us; while sailing keep your eyes wide-open for an unusual splash at the horizon, for that “weird” concentration of seabirds in a certain spot, or for anything else that might indicate presence of dolphins… and report back to us.
IDP volunteers had the chance to observe dolphins in their natural environment from close. Joan Gonzalvo/Tethys
In the field with the IDP research team. Joan Gonzalvo/Tethys