Mr. O’Barry Goes To Washington

On April 17, join Ric O’Barry, Take Part and the Dolphin Project in Washington, DC as we represent over one million people who signed our petition in support of dolphins to President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Kenichiro Sasae, Ambassador of Japan to the United States. At 7:00 p.m., signatures will be projected onto the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in a special ceremony and you are invited!

Ric O'Barry at the Whitehouse Washington D.C. Photo:

Ric O’Barry at The White House Washington D.C.


WHO: This event is open to the public and light food and refreshments will be served.

WHAT: A special video presentation, projected by a one of a kind Tesla on the Ronald Reagan Center  representing one million people who signed the petition in support of dolphins shown in the Academy Award-winning documentary The Cove. Introduction by Cove star & Dolphin Project founder/director Ric O’Barry & special guests.

One of a kind Tesla with built in video projection

WHEN: Friday, April 17, 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC 20004

WHY: Unite in our opposition against the dolphin trade and slaughter and urge President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Kenichiro Sasae, Ambassador of Japan to the United States to address this issue.

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Dolphin Project Washington DC Petition Delivery

Dolphin Project Washington DC Petition Delivery

Earlier in the week, Ric and Lincoln O’Barry will present our petition with over one million signatures to the Obama Administration at The White House, as well as discuss the current situation involving the dolphin trade and slaughter.

Ronald Reagan Center

Ronald Reagan Center

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About Lincoln O'Barry

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Born and Raised in Coconut Grove. FL, Lincoln spent much of his childhood in or around the ocean. His father Richard O’Barry was the dolphin trainer for the Flipper TV series, who now works to free captive dolphins back into the wild. The first four years of his life were spent living at the original Dolphin Project headquarters. The other 2 residents at the time were Liberty and Florida, the 2nd dolphins Ric released back into the wild. The next door neighbor at the time was President Nixon.

Lincoln’s first trip to Japan was around his 6th birthday. Ric was producing a series of Celebrate The Whale concerts in Japan. On this trip, the family made its first visit to Taiji, the birthplace of Japanese whaling and location of the drive slaughter.

Lincoln O'Barry has worked with his father on readaptions and releases of captive dolphins in Colombia, Indonesia, Nicaragua, and the United States.

In the mid 90’s, Lincoln started his own production company. As a producer, Lincoln worked with such clients as Elle, Italian Elle, Marie Claire, Mini Cooper, Coca Cola, Discover Card, Ray Ban. He worked with luminarie photographers such as Ellen Von Unwerth, Jesse Frohman, Ben Watts, Pier Paulo Ferrari, and Michele Compt. In the past few years, Lincoln expanded the company to include TV and Film. He produced up-fronts for The Travel Channel Animal Planet & Discovery Channel.

In 2009 Lincoln & Ric’s work in Japan trying to end the dolphin slaughter was featured in the Academy Award winning film “The Cove”. In 2010 Lincoln Directed & Executive Produced the award winning Animal Planet mini series “blood Dolphin$”. The series went on to air in over 30 countries. During filming of the series, Lincoln was instrumental in ending the largest slaughter of dolphins in the world, which takes place in the Solomon Islands. The series also took him to Indonesia where he built the largest dolphin rehab/release sanctuary to date. In Indonesia, Ric & Lincoln worked to shut down one of the last traveling dolphin circuses found anywhere.

When not under the water or on an airplane, Lincoln can be found in Venice Beach with his dog Charlie. His production company BayRock Media, specializes in development and production of Film and Television & Internet content.



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