New Educational Series to Kick Off at Clearwater Marine Aquarium
Don't Miss "Making Waves: A New Speaker Series at CMA"
CLEARWATER - Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) is pleased to announce the launch of a new speaker series Thursday, October 15. The first presentation, "All About Dolphins and More About Winter," will include an in-depth look at how dolphins live, feed and breed in the wild. It will explore what we need to know in order to help them survive in the wild. CMA staff will also share how this organization works around the clock to rescue, rehabilitate and release animals back into the wild. Staff members will also discuss the story of Winter, a young dolphin who survived after losing her natural tail. Guests will be able to hold Winter's actual prosthetic tail! Thursday, October 15 event will include the following:
6 p.m. - Snacks/Welcome
As part of this program, CMA will host "All About Sea Turtles" Thursday, November 19. Visit www.SeeWinter.com for more information.
Winter the dolphin lost her tail after it got caught in a crab trap line. Against all odds, she survived and was later fitted with a prosthetic tail, which is helping her learn to swim like other dolphins. Winter has become an inspiration to people all over the world and serves as a great reminder that people can do anything they put their mind to. Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a Florida non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to marine life rescue, rehabilitation and release.
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