Action for Dolphins

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About 'Action for Dolphins' Channel

Working against Dolphin Hunting and Slaughter

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Exploiting dolphins for entertainment, Australia says ‘No’.

[...]  - By Genevieve Wauchope Last week the Sydney Swans cancelled a planned trip to Dolphin Marine Magic in Coffs Harbour after Australia for Dolphins’ supporters sent a barrage of messages, [...]

ABC TV show and Dolphin Marine Magic by 10 year old Harry Morgan

[...] I was sad to hear that the ABC has a new children’s program called Blue Zoo filmed at Dolphin Marine Magic. This program claims to be teaching children about conservation but all it is doing is [...]

Exploitation is NOT entertaining

[...] Marine parks around Australia such as SeaWorld (QLD) and Dolphin Marine Magic (NSW) are exploiting dolphins for our entertainment. Rather than acting as education, [...]

Australian company set to expand SeaWorld and stregthen demand for drive hunts

[...] certainly will. The post Australian company set to expand SeaWorld and stregthen demand for drive hunts appeared first on Australia for Dolphins. [...]

United Nations condemns dolphin hunting

[...] very highest levels, what goes under the tarps in Taiji is really not okay. Historically, the drive hunts in Taiji have been largely excused on the basis of cultural importance – particularly around [...]

Dead on delivery: the reality of live dolphin transportation

[...] in global demand the number of dolphins captured and sold to dolphinariums around the world, in drive hunts such as those in Taiji, has risen dramatically in the last few years. Although captured [...]

Action for Angel update

[...] enquiry upon the captivity industry, it will place serious pressure on the legitimacy of the drive hunts. The hearing on Tuesday will be mostly procedural in nature. Once we have established the basic [...]

Action for Angel’s first hearing: Keeping the long goal in sight

[...] so important that animal welfare observers can check the conditions of the dolphins at the Taiji Whale Museum. The judges must maintain a professional composure and did not comment on my statement, so [...]

A year in review: how your support makes a big difference by Ruth Barnard

[...] , slaughter and capture such beautiful, innocent animals. Poor Angel in her tank at the Taiji Whale Museum. Since then, I’ve felt compelled to do something to help and whilst I would love to visit [...]

New footage of Angel has emerged

[...] dolphin calf captured earlier this year in Taiji, has emerged. A Japanese visitor to the Taiji Whale Museum was able to take the following footage of Angel: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v= [...]

Action for Angel

[...] pen for rehabilitation, and eventually back into the wild. Poor Angel in her tank at the Taiji Whale Museum. What I would like to take the time to say is a BIG thank you to all our supporters, we [...]

To swim or not to swim with the dolphins, that is the question – By Ruth Barnard

[...] -20110718 http://aeon.co/magazine/science/lori-marino-dolphins-are-not-healers/ Article by Ruth Barnard of Purple Chameleon Communications for Australia for Dolphins W: http://www.purplechameleon. [...]

Life after SeaWorld – by Ruth Barnard

[...] focus should be on raising the necessary funds to build these much-needed sanctuaries. - By Ruth Barnard for Australia for Dolphins View more by Ruth at: Website: Purple Chameleon Communications [...]

A year in review: how your support makes a big difference by Ruth Barnard

[...] these beautiful, sentient animals the lifetime of freedom and peace they so deserve. - By Ruth Barnard for Australia for Dolphins View more by Ruth at: Website: Purple Chameleon Communications [...]

Born into a prison – The problem with breeding captive dolphins

[...] , conservation, or human education and entertainment. According to World Animal Protection, captive dolphins in artificial habitats are forced to swim in endless circles, interact with unfamiliar [...]

Why Neither Party Wins in Swim-With-Dolphins Programs

[...] , such as repeated movements and self-mutilation, often signal psychological distress in captive dolphins. There is also the issue of where these dolphins come from. While some may be rescue [...]

Vancouver Aquarium ‘deeply disappointed’ by cetacean breeding ban

[...] a “broader conversation” in regard to observing dolphins and whales in captivity. Do captive dolphins really provide an indication of the innate behaviours of cetaceans, or merely an [...]

To swim or not to swim with the dolphins, that is the question – By Ruth Barnard

[...] and destined for a life of misery and abuse at aquariums and marine parks worldwide. Captive dolphins are trained to entertain and perform tricks for the paying public, taking part in grueling [...]

The 1st of September

[...] . Last year saw approximately 834 dolphins die in the cove. An additional 158 were sold into live capture and 457 were detained before release. Mark Palmer of the Earth Island Institute believes a [...]

United Nations condemns dolphin hunting

[...] already have prohibitions on the live capture of dolphins. It calls upon member states of the convention that have not already done so, “to [...]

Australian company set to expand SeaWorld and stregthen demand for drive hunts

[...] so far leaves little doubt the marine park chain will have no such qualms in countries where live capture is allowed. There have long been calls for people to help prevent the slaughter in Taiji by [...]

Dead on delivery: the reality of live dolphin transportation

[...] , forced to perform unnatural and repetitive acts for human entertainment. The process of live capture is incredibly stressful. Even former hunters, such as Jeff Forster, have spoken out against [...]

Inaugural blog – We’re launched!

[...] Taiji. Perhaps most urgently, we can address the Australian city of Broome’s support for the dolphin hunts. We have real optimism that these ideas can work. Dolphin hunting in Taiji is, after all, a [...]

A year in review: how your support makes a big difference by Ruth Barnard

[...] outside the Japanese embassy with fellow dolphin advocates to raise awareness of the Taiji dolphin hunts and hand out flyers and chat to passers-by about what was going on over there. My awareness of [...]

What we can learn from the Taiji Ten

[...] They have come to be remembered as the Taiji Ten. So what does all this have to do with the Taiji dolphin hunts? In the first instance, it clearly demonstrates that there is an economic, rather than a [...]

A year in review: how your support makes a big difference by Ruth Barnard

[...] outside the Japanese embassy with fellow dolphin advocates to raise awareness of the Taiji dolphin hunts and hand out flyers and chat to passers-by about what was going on over there. My awareness [...]

Action for Angel

[...] Action for Angel. Angel is a baby albino dolphin who was taken from her family in the Taiji dolphin hunts earlier this year. Angel was taken due to her rare colouring, while the rest of her [...]

Life after SeaWorld – by Ruth Barnard

[...] this year, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland announced plans to retire 8 of its bottlenose dolphins to a seaside sanctuary – the first for dolphins in the United States. While no further [...]

Born into a prison – The problem with breeding captive dolphins

[...] of conservation, as most dolphins bred in captivity are from well-established species like bottlenose dolphins, which are not endangered. The purpose of breeding programs is simply to maintain stock [...]

The 1st of September

[...] , 261 Risso dolphins, 400 Pantropical spotted dolphins, 450 striped dolphins, and 509 bottlenose dolphins. This staggering figure doesn’t necessarily mean 1,938 cetaceans will be slaughtered this [...]

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Exploiting dolphins for entertainment, Australia says ‘No’.

[...]  - By Genevieve Wauchope Last week the Sydney Swans cancelled a planned trip to Dolphin Marine Magic in Coffs Harbour after Australia for Dolphins’ supporters sent a barrage of messages, [...]

ABC TV show and Dolphin Marine Magic by 10 year old Harry Morgan

[...] I was sad to hear that the ABC has a new children’s program called Blue Zoo filmed at Dolphin Marine Magic. This program claims to be teaching children about conservation but all it is doing is [...]

Exploitation is NOT entertaining

[...] Marine parks around Australia such as SeaWorld (QLD) and Dolphin Marine Magic (NSW) are exploiting dolphins for our entertainment. Rather than acting as education, [...]

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