May 17, 2019 is Endangered Species Day, an opportunity to learn about endangered species and how we can help to protect them. Click here to find an event near you. For this 13th Endangered Species Day, we honor the North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis)… You can learn more about this endangered species here.
Join us at the Dallas Arboretum on 27 April 2019 to celebrate Earth Day! We are partnering with the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at The University of Texas at Dallas to provide hands-on K-12 activities on geology, chemistry, marine life, space, physics, and more. Azura’s scientists and volunteers will introduce kids and parents to […]
Since December 2018, Azura has been working with the Cohabys – Adera team for Créocéan to conduct marine mammal surveys off French Guiana prior to and during oil and gas drilling operations. Two types of surveys were conducted. The large-scale survey aimed to collect data on the presence and distribution of marine mammals, as well […]
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers are prevalent in the North Texas area, but STEM-skilled employees are lacking. In fact, women and minorities are still poorly represented in STEM careers throughout the U.S. For example, women in the U.S. currently represent only 24% of the STEM workforce. The Azura-Dolphin Communication Project Team strives to […]
The Dolphin Research Program! This summer we are partnering with the Dolphin Communication Project (DCP) to provide a unique opportunity for middle and high school students to learn about marine biology alongside real marine biologists. We can’t bring wild dolphins to Dallas (or other inland areas), but we can escort kids to dolphins and show […]