BWI Media Archive

Bobi – solitary Adriatic dolphin

With the arrival of summer and the rise in numbers of bathers at sea, we start receiving more footage of people swimming with Bobi the bottlenose dolphin. Bobi is a solitary dolphin who often comes close to people …

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24th Dolphin Day

On Friday, 1st of July 2016, the Blue World Institute celebrated 24th Dolphin Day which was held under the sponsorship of the City of Mali Loš inj, Tourist Board of Mali Lošinj and Primorsko-goranska County. The morning program …

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Public call – Services

Public Call for expression of interest for providing services financed from the EU IPA ADRIATIC CBC program targeted call on EUSAIR, Priority 2: Natural resources, cultural resources and prevention risks, Measure 1.3: Measure 2.1 Protection of ‘marine and …

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World Sea Turtle Day 2016

The Blue World Institute celebrated World Sea Turtle Day on 16th of June 2016. in the Sea Turtle Rescue Centre in Mali Lošinj. Children of all ages arrived to enjoy numerous art and learning activities including painting their own ceramic …

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Lošinj bottlenose dolphins change their vocalisation in noisy environment

The Blue World Institute researchers have published a series of scientific papers in which they study the effects of noise produced by boats on our coastal population of bottlenose dolphins in the Lošinj/Kvarnerić region. Sound is of particular importance for bottlenose dolphins as they …

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It is very noisy in the Mediterranean

The first report ”Overview of the Noise Hotspots in the ACCOBAMS Area. Part I– Mediterranean Sea“ has been published For marine organisms sound is one of the main means of communication, orientation, hunting prey or search for partners. …

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Release of the loggerhead sea turtle ‘Victoria’

On the 17th of August 2015 the Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation will release the turtle named ‘Victoria’ from Borik beach in Mali Lošinj at 8pm. ‘Victoria’ was brought to us on the 5th of …

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Dolphins bowriding a cruiser

The crew of the Adriatic Dolphin Project North Dalmatia had an unusual sighting – two bottlenose dolphins bowriding in front of a 244 m cruiser. The dolphins could not resist the chance to have fun riding the bow …

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Aries, Eleonora’s falcon

Today around noon we received a call from our friends in Alternatura tourist agency from Komiža who found Eleonora’s falcon in a deep pit for rainwater collection on Cape Stupišće near Komiža. Tired and frightened bird was rescued …

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Bioteka’s summer science camp on Lošinj!

Considering the success of last year’s collaboration between the Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation and Bioteka,Bioteka science crew is moving to the island Lošinj again this year, to the city of Mali Lošinj, Turtle Rescue …

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Celebration of 23rd Dolphin Day

The program of 23rd Dolphin day started in the morning in front of Lošinj marine education centre in Veli Lošinj. Around 20 children participated in various art and educational workshops. Of all, the most exciting event was little …

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Have fun and learn about sea animals and plants

The Blue World Institute will organize workshops for children in Turtle Rescue Centre in the Sunny Bay in Mali Lošinj. The “Marine Science School” is designed for children from 7 to 12 years. All the details about signing …

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World Sea Turtle Day

The Blue World Institute celebrated World Sea Turtle Day on Tuesday, June 16th 2015 in Sea Turtle rescue center in the Sunčana uvala in Mali Lošinj. World Sea Turtle Day is a day used to honor and highlight the …

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European Green Week with Blue World Institute

As a part of European Green Week, the Blue World Institute organised an educative satellite event entitled ‘Discover the beauty of our archipelago’. The event was designed for children from the small villages on the little islands of …

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Whales arround Vis island

We were informed of two sightings of whales in the vicinity of Vis island! The first sighting was near Greben islet, and the following close to Drvenik. We will try to find them of course, but if you see them or have some information …

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Drivers of population structure of the bottlenose dolphin

In a paper published in mid-February in the Journal of Evolutionary Biology researchers tried to identify the processes and factors that led to the emergence of regional population structure in bottlenose dolphins inhabiting the Adriatic Sea and the …

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