Dolphins of Placida Harbor, Cape Haze, North Gasparilla Sound


The Dolphin Discoveries Project, a research project studying the community structure and behavior of intercoastal Bottlenose Dolphins, has identified over sixty individual dolphins in Gasparilla Sound, Placida Harbor, and Gasparilla Pass.

The table below contains the basic information on the individual dolphins that the Dolphin Discoveries Project has identified. Please note that on snails2whales.com, we refer to the dolphins by their names, and not their ID numbers.

One-year-old dolphin "Valkkai" breaches in Gasparilla Sound, likely trying to dislodge a remora

Dolphins of Placida Harbor, Cape Haze, North Gasparilla Sound

 
The table below contains basic info on the resident Common Bottlenose Dolphins found in the intercoastal waterways around Cape Haze, Placida Harbor, north Gasparilla Sound, and Gasparilla Pass. This information was last updated January of 2017.
Basic info on the Common Bottlenose Dolphins found in the intercoastal waterways around Placida Harbor, Cape Haze, north Gasparilla Sound, and Gasparilla Pass which the Dolphin Discoveries Project has not yet determined their residency. This is because an individual dolphin has just identified, and Dolphin Discoveries has not had enough time to observe their traveling habits.  
Basic info on the individual dolphins that the Dolphin Discoveries Project recorded visiting the intercoastal waterways around Placida, Cape Haze, and north Gasparilla Sound only once.