Programs that need your
The current algae crisis threatens the health and well being of dolphins and people. This makes our work of continuously monitoring of our local dolphin populations even more critical. Let us all commit to protect our rivers, estuaries and coastal waters and ensure that dolphins and all other living things will be around for future generations.
We explore the behavior, habitat use, social lives, and communication skills of wild dolphins. In addition to gathering critical baseline data, we shed light on how the health of these top predators, and the conditions of the natural resources they depend upon, directly and indirectly, impact our own health and well-being.$0.00 donated of $35,000.00 goal
More than a valuable intellectual exercise, our dolphin conservation studies teach us to care about the world. Generally, understanding begets caring. Please consider adopting a dolphin. It is meaningful and lasting, and at the end of each year you will receive an update about when, where and with whom your dolphin was seen.$0.00 donated of $8,000.00 goal
John Olguin has inspired many of us to pursue a life of personal and professional generosity, humanity, love and commitment to protect our oceans, the world around us, and our communities. His story is exemplary so let’s share it with current and future generations everywhere.$0.00 donated of $12,500.00 goal
We are developing drones to provide us with a unique birds-eye view of dolphins, their movement patterns, behavior and more, without disturbing them. And because dolphins spent most of their time below the surface, we are also developing an underwater ROV so we can expand our observations into the underwater world. No doubt, new discoveries lie ahead.$0.00 donated of $10,000.00 goal
This program promotes the dialogue between scientists and the people of the communities in which they live and work. Hosted at Jupiter High School, it has attracted world-class speakers and an average audience of 280 people. No doubt, one of the most successful programs of its kind in Florida.$0.00 donated
Ocean of Notes Concert Series
We created this series to celebrate the acoustic world of the seas, and to connect with the community, share what we have learned, keep everyone informed about our programs and progress, and come together for a wonderful event of live music performances that is affordable for entire families to participate. Your help enables us to provide comp tickets to Florida Outreach Center for the Blind and other people in need.Donate to cause
Some of the success stories
Meet the Scientist Lecture SeriesMeet the Scientist Lecture Series has been attracting world-class speakers and an average audience of 280 people, making it one of the most successful programs of its kind in Florida. The series is produced in collaboration with the Jupiter Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy (JERFSA), and supported by the Rotary Club Jupiter-Tequesta and the Jupiter Inlet District. Each season runs from October through April, with all events held at the Jupiter High School auditorium from 7 to 9 pm. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Dolphin Dialogues Radio ProgramBetween 2004 and 2014, we produced and broadcast almost 400 ninety-minute live radio shows dedicated to science, the environment, conservation and sustainability. By the last few years, the program, which had been generously supported by our local radio station WJTW, had tens of thousand of regular listeners in more than 15 countries. Forced off the air when the station was sold, we now continue our efforts to inform and educate the public through our blog, also called Dolphin Dialogues.
Protecting dolphins and the seas for future generations,
is the most beautiful thing
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Team members of the Taras Oceanographic Foundation, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, and its flagship program, the Palm Beach Dolphin Project write about a broad scope of issues relevant to the well-being of dolphins, people and the oceans.