LIVE COVERAGE: Successful release of seven dolphins

In an already-busy season, another seven dolphins stranded today at Herring River in Wellfleet and the International Fund for Animal Welfare responded, provided care, transported them to West Dennis Beach, and released them back into open water. Ultrasounds revealed that two of the dolphins were pregnant. We captured the release via Facebook Live and are sharing the footage in this blog.

Happy to announce a successful response on this World Wildlife Day!

--KB

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