Interview With Activist Barbara Napoles

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Barbara Napoles is a resident of Florida and considers herself a marine mammal advocate.

She is an avid sailor, navigator and captain of her own ship. Barbara speaks up for the dolphins. Her advocacy started after helping out at a rough-tooth stranding in the Florida Keys back in 2005. She’s participated in a couple of strandings.

After watching The Cove and episodes of Blood Dolphins she knew that she needed to do something for the wonderful beings that she’s met while sailing the oceans. She has joined forces with Ric O’Barry from Dolphin Project but will help out any organization that needs her. She’s created many petitions with some with over a 100,00 signatures.

Barbara has personally delivered the signatures from her petitions to several Washington DC Embassies. While in DC she participated in the NOAA public hearing to ban the import of Belugas. She has two yearly events in Miami Florida at the Japanese Consulate and attends protests at the Miami Seaquarium and SeaWorld. She is also an avid spokesperson for Lolita.

Find Barbara on Twitter:  @DolphinRescuer

Facebook page: Save the Blood Dolphins 

Her blog is called: Dolphinelle

Her Email:

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