This is a view of the new Ruth & J.O. Stone Dolphin Complex, where Winter, Hope, and now PJ live together. The new complex holds a total of 1.5 million gallons of filtered water from Clearwater Bay and has five connected pool areas. The girls are currently residing in the Kate Tiedemann & Ellen Cotton Main Pool. You can check the other webcam views if they are not visible in the current view.
Winter was rescued in 2005 after being caught in a crab trap when she was only a couple months old. Winter could not survive in the wild but she thrives at CMA.
Hope was rescued 5 years and 1 day after Winter. Because she was a baby when rescued, she didn’t know how to survive in the wild.
PJ is also a rescued dolphin and was deemed non-releasable due to her extensive medical issues. She is estimated to be around 30 years old, is partially deaf and blind, and suffers from arthritis. PJ arrived at CMA in March 2019 and is currently adjusting to her new environment, where she will live with Winter and Hope.
Wish List Items for Winter and Hope
Environmental Enrichment Devices or EEDs are an important part of our animal care programs and help keep our resident animals active. Please help support their playtime with some of these fun “toys” they could use and other supplies for our Animal Care Team!