10,000 Islands Dolphin Project's
Environmental Studies Program
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Changing children's lives every day.






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Our mission is not only our core research of the bottlenose dolphin population
in Southwest Florida, we strive to share our experiences and educate students from
any location in the world on the environment and its importance by using modern technology
that allows us to bring nature into the classroom.


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UP TO TWENTY
LESSON PLANS

VIDEOS, ACTIVITIES, HANDOUTS AND MORE

LIVE INTERACTIVE
Q & A
SESSIONS
                        

 
Recognized by National Geographic in
100 Places That Can Change Your Child’s Life

“Imagine an aquatic laboratory that allows kids to be players”





The NEW Program T-shirts!
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Home of Seymour,
our local rescued dolphin! 

Read The Dolphin Chronicles Blog to learn more about his amazing story!




STEM Education
Participated in: Environmental Education Week, 2012 Collier County STEM Conference
and 2013 Lee County STEMtastic



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