The Coastal and Estuarine Dolphin Project (CEDP) collects photo-identification, behavioural, and longitudinal data to support the long-term conservation of bottlenose dolphins in metropolitan waters of Perth, Western Australia. The beggars The illegal feeding of dolphins is a key conservation issue for dolphins in the Perth area. Finn et al. (2008) reported 14 dolphins resident in Cockburn […]
Update on the Coastal and Estuarine Dolphin Project – Winter 2012. Fieldwork for the Coastal and Estuarine Dolphin Project (CEDP) has been underway for more than a year now. The project, based in the metropolitan waters of Perth, Western Australia, uses photo-ID and behavioural research to support conservation efforts for bottlenose dolphins in the Perth region.
The new finbook provides community members the ability to recognise individual dolphins and contribute information to help monitor the dolphin population of Perth’s rivers.