Category Archives: Marine mammals

Dolphin Deaths Deserve More Answers Than Questions

This is “normally” dead dolphin season along the Gulf Coast, but 2011 has a haunting, downstream-impact feeling about it; fueled by a “higher than average” number of still-born and baby dolphins washing ashore in the marshes and on the beaches along … Continue reading

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Not All is Oil Coated Doom and Gloom

My work in the Gulf is often viewed through two lenses – one, a Gulf Coast that looks all but normal, the second is through a frustratingly foggy lens, the truth somewhere below the surface. It’s often easy to lean … Continue reading

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