Dolphins have ‘longest social memory’ among non-humans. Researchers in the US say that even after 20 years of separation, dolphins could recall the whistles of former companions. A very interesting read about the result of a research.
Very interesting article and in-depth research about the right whales. It is on the sience news for kids website but you can read it as well. Enjoy a whale of a lesson.
A touching story revealing the deep bond of a pod which helped to facilitate the possibilty for Marie to give birth to her second child on Hawaii – with dolphins!
Enjoy a letter she wrote to her pod after receiving their generous support. Continue reading
We are happy to share a chapter of Veit Lindau’s book “Soul on Fire” about his dolphin experience. He has been at WildQuest every summer for the last 12 year and has become a very dear friend to us. Enjoy the read.
A breaching adult humpback whale was caught mid-leap, stunning the 80 tourists aboard a Sea World Whale Watch tour just a short distance off the Gold Coast. A breathtaking picture.
The New York Times article features the Wild Dolphin Project run by Dr. Denise L. Herzing in the Bahamas. She has been studying the dolphins for 25 years as part of the Wild Dolphin Project, the longest-running underwater study of its kind. Nice video as well – some of the dolphins look very familiar.
Deep blue connections – WildQuest had a nice write-up by one of our guests Bill Van Arsdale in the April edition of the natural awakening magazine. He is interviewing Amlas about her connections with the dolphins.
Read for yourself on page 25 in their online version.