Animals

Everett

NMFS Research Permit #982

Location: Hawaii

Everett is a spinner dolphin named by Kathleen McCaughey and was last seen in 2012.

Gracy

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

Gracy is a spinner dolphin named in honor of Victoria Carlsson and was last seen in 2018.

He'e Nalu

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

He'e Nalu is a bottlenose dolphin and was last seen in 2019.

Hoa'ai

NMFS Research Permit #13427

Location: Hawaii

Hoa'ai is a bottlenose dolphin and was last seen in 2014.

Kamaka

NMFS LOC #18102

Location: Hawaii

Kamaka is a spinner dolphin named by Erika Kircher and was last seen in 2017.

Laulauna

NMFS Research Permit #13427

Location: Hawaii

Laulauna is a bottlenose dolphin and was last seen in 2018.

Mia

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

Mia is a bottlenose dolphin named in memory of Mia McCaffrey and was last seen in 2016.

Michael

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

Michael is a bottlenose dolphin named in honor of Michael Pippard and was last seen in 2019.

Nai'a

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

Nai'i is a spinner dolphin named by Kelly Richards and was last seen in 2014.

Nunie

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

Nunie is a bottlenose dolphin named in honor of John Mendrek and was last seen in 2016.

Oscar

NMFS Research Permit #GA21

Location: Hawaii

Oscar is a spinner dolphin named in honor of Genevieve Chua and was last seen in 1999.

P.J.

NMFS LOC #18101

Location: Hawaii

P.J. is a spinner dolphin named in memory of Patsy Jo Burke and was last seen in 1999.

Pa'ani

NMFS Research Permit #982

Location: Hawaii

Pa'ani is a bottlenose dolphin and was last seen in 2019.

Ranger

NMFS Research Permit #982

Location: Hawaii

Ranger is a spinner dolphin named by Bonnie Matthaeus and was last seen in 1999.

Shirley

NMFS Research Permit #982

Location: Hawaii

Shirley is a spinner dolphin named by Kathleen McCaughey and was last seen in 1999.

Sweetfire

NMFS Research Permit #13427

Location: Hawaii

Sweetfire is a bottlenose dolphin named in honor of Danny Jaffer and was last seen in 2016.

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