New project page: Supporting indigenous capacity to conduct inshore dolphin research and monitoring

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Over the past year, Dr. Alex Brown has been leading the following collaborative project: “Supporting indigenous capacity to conduct inshore dolphin research and monitoring“.

This project aims to provide training in dolphin survey techniques to indigenous ranger groups in northern Australia, to foster collaborations between researchers and Traditional Owners, and collect valuable data on the little-know populations of snubfin, humpback and bottlenose dolphins which occur across this remote region. Read all about it on the new project page.

Video: This short video describes surveys with Dambimangari and Balanggarra Rangers in the Kimberley, Western Australia. (Video produced by WWF-Australia).

Top photo: Dambimangari Rangers Kieran Bangmorra (left) and Pete O’Connor (right) search from dolphins in Yampi Sound, Kimberley, WA. Photo: Alex Brown.

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