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BREAKING: Balikpapan City Says NO to Dolphin Shows
22 Feb
2017
Written by Femke den Haas

BREAKING: Balikpapan City Says NO to Dolphin Shows »

Balikpapan City, Indonesia: After many protests against the horrific traveling dolphin circuses in Balikpapan, the Mayor of Balikpapan City, Rizal Effendi, has undersigned

Be a Dolphin Warrior
6 Feb
2017
Written by Femke den Haas

Be a Dolphin Warrior »

Don’t be shellfish…

Learning Equals Empowerment
26 Jan
2017
Written by Cara Sands

Learning Equals Empowerment »

The remote island of Lembata, Flores, in Indonesia has traditionally been a whaling community. Despite dolphins being a protected species, one village, Lamalera, is allowed to hunt

Paradise Lost: Dolphin Cruelty Issues Growing in Indonesia
15 Jan
2017
Written by Femke den Haas

Paradise Lost: Dolphin Cruelty Issues Growing in Indonesia »

The island of Bali is a tourist destination unlike any other. Volcanic mountains yield to lush forests, beautiful, golden sandy beaches and coral

Conservation Begins with Education
23 Mar
2016
Written by Femke den Haas

Conservation Begins with Education »

Don’t be shellfish…

Captured Dolphin Rescued and Set Free in Indonesia
29 Oct
2014
Written by Pram Harzani

Captured Dolphin Rescued and Set Free in Indonesia »

Don’t be shellfish…

UPDATED: Rescue still underway of highly-endangered blue whales
24 Oct
2014
Written by Lincoln O'Barry

UPDATED: Rescue still underway of highly-endangered blue whales »

Don’t be shellfish…

Dolphin Activists Attacked in Bali
9 Aug
2014
Written by Ric O'Barry

Dolphin Activists Attacked in Bali »

This is a report from our campaign in Indonesia. Names have been withheld to protect the activists from retaliation. We held a protest

JAAN Education in Indonesia
3 Jul
2014
Written by Ric O'Barry

JAAN Education in Indonesia »

Don’t be shellfish…

Update on Dolphins in Indonesia
27 Sep
2013
Written by Ric O'Barry

Update on Dolphins in Indonesia »

By Femke den Haas Wildlife protection and Rehabilitation Coordinator Jakarta Animal Aid Network Indonesia

Indonesian fishermen respect dolphins.  In 2010, when the 

Dolphins Made and Wayan in Bali Kidnapped!
24 Feb
2013
Written by Ric O'Barry

Dolphins Made and Wayan in Bali Kidnapped! »

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Meeting with the Indonesian Minister
13 Feb
2013
Written by Ric O'Barry

Meeting with the Indonesian Minister »

By Ric O’Barry Director Dolphin Project

I was supposed to fly home, but instead I flew to Bali to go with the

Saving Dolphins in Indonesia
7 Feb
2013
Written by Ric O'Barry

Saving Dolphins in Indonesia »

By Ric O’Barry Director Dolphin Project

 

I’ve been speaking out for dolphins for forty years, but this is the first time I’ve

Good News and Bad News in Indonesia
3 Feb
2013
Written by Ric O'Barry

Good News and Bad News in Indonesia »

By Ric O’Barry Director Dolphin Project

We’ve had a frustrating time in Indonesia, working closely with the local grassroots group Jakarta Animal

Indonesian Campaign Update
21 Nov
2012
Written by Ric O'Barry

Indonesian Campaign Update »

Dolphins as Shark Bait?

In some places in the world, dolphins are renowned for their intelligence, their grace and their playful demeanor. In

Carrefour Sides with the Dolphins »

By Ric O’Barry

Director

Dolphin Project

 

Dolphin Project has been working on dolphin protection in Indonesia for several years now, partnering with our

Action Alert: Help the Suffering Dolphins in Indonesia
11 Mar
2012
Written by Ric O'Barry

Action Alert: Help the Suffering Dolphins in Indonesia »

By Ric O’Barry Director Dolphin Project

 

As unbelievable as it sounds, there are still dolphins being used in traveling circuses in Indonesia. 

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