Special Lecture Series: Insights into the lives of Sarasota Bay’s bottlenose dolphins, from 50 years

January 20, 2020

Join us for the next talk in Mote's Special Lecture Series: "Insights into the lives of Sarasota Bay's bottlenose dolphins, from 50 years of research," presented Dr. Randall Wells, Director of the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program, a Chicago Zoological Society Program in collaboration with Mote.

Mote's Special Lecture Series features expert speakers highlighting fascinating ocean topics on Monday evenings.

Details for all lectures:

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and lectures start at 6:30 p.m. in Mote Marine Laboratory's WAVE Center, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, 34236. Cost is $10 for members and $15 for non-members (per ticket per lecture). Registration required for all.

All talk topics:
Jan. 6: Amanda Foltz—"Beyond the cute, furry, flippery and scaly: The ins and outs of animal care"
Jan. 13: Kerri Scolardi—"The wild side of manatee research: How science and policy are saving a species"
Jan. 20: Dr. Randall S. Wells—"Insights into the lives of Sarasota Bay's bottlenose dolphins, from 50 years of research"
Jan. 27: Dr. Robert Hueter—"The great white shark in the great white north: In pursuit of the great white shark in the Northwest Atlantic"