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The Snubfin Dolphin Conservation Project mission is:
‘to contribute to the conservation of inshore dolphins (particularly snubfin dolphins), associated marine megafauna and their habitats, through innovative research and community conscious conservation projects’
The Snubfin Dolphin Conservation Project was established in November 2017, to contribute to research and conservation of inshore dolphins, associated megafauna (i.e. dugongs, dolphins, whales and turtles) and their habitats.
All projects are undertaken in collaboration with Traditional Owners, Indigenous ranger groups, local scientists, and the community, whenever possible.
The Snubfin Dolphin Conservation Project is a registered charity in Australia:
The Founding Director of the Snubfin Dolphin Conservation Project, Dr. Isabel Beasley, has been involved in marine mammal research and conservation projects since 1996, with a particular focus of riverine and coastal dolphins.