• They have a lot more to teach us.

    We've learned a lot with your help. But there's still so much we need to know to protect our wild dolphin neighbors.

    Give to dolphin research at the Cape Lookout Studies Program.

  • Sea Turtel sick and injured from fishing line

    You can stop this.

    Protecting marine wildlife is within your reach.

    When you give to put monofilament recycling bins within reach of conscientious boaters and anglers.

  • Harbor seal in need

    Save lives, reduce suffering, learn more.

    It's a win, win, win – when you support our Marine Mammal Stranding Network.

    Please give generously to the Cape Lookout Studies Program.

  • Cetacean Studies

    Inspire curiosity.

    What does it take to get students interested in science and conservation? Your help.

    Please give generously to support Cetacean Studies and the Bonehenge rearticulation project.

Wish list – needs of the Cape Lookout Studies Program

Written by Tursiops. Posted in Donate

Help us fill out the wish list!

You can help the Cape Lookout Studies Program with your donation of an item from our list of needs (below).

Wish List:

  • Purchase a “Protect Wild Dolphins” License Plate!
  • Canon EF 300mm f/4.0 L IS USM Lens for wildlife (including dorsal fin) photography
  • New PC Laptop computer with Windows Office Professional
  • Storage shed, approx. 10’x12’
  • Enclosed cargo trailer, approx. 6’x12’ or smaller
  • Ladder rack for 2015 Toyota Tacoma
  • A coffin or body box in which to thaw frozen marine mammals in water prior to necropsy
  • Boat and vehicle fuel (gift cards to purchase fuel)
  • Small diesel tractor with front bucket ideally with 3 point hitch backhoe and a box blade for landscape maintenance, moving boats, and handling heavy objects

Items donated to Cape lookout Studies are tax-deductible (other than the license plates). Contact Keith Rittmaster, Natural Science Curator, for details on how to donate items.

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