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One of the most ambitious marine life rescue, rehabilitation & conservation projects of our time. Learn more about this legacy project.



We are an "embassy" of a unique kind, bringing together individuals, groups and organizations working worldwide to protect our oceans that are now experiencing the greatest threats in human history.


We recognize Earth is a "Blue" planet:  Our oceans contain 99% of the living space on the planet, cover 71% of the Earth's surface and contain 97% of the Earth's water.  Therefore, all aspects of our work are conducted according to a blue standard which acknowledges that what happens on land eventually affects our most precious resource – our oceans.


We are an "Institute" as our quest to share and broaden our knowledge of marine life is paramount.   We build upon the dreams, theories and stewardship of students, scientists, conservationists and leaders.


EBI Stories


Fishing Line Takes Tragic Toll On Marine Life

dolphin rescueHARBOR BRANCH – FAU RESEARCHERS RESCUE DOLPHIN CALF in the INDIAN RIVER LAGOON Entanglement from monofilament fishing line takes a tragic toll on all marine life. 21 January 2011, NOAA/NMFS assigned Capture Supervisor Steve McCulloch, Program Manager of Marine Mammal Research at Harbor Branch Oceanographic at FAU (HBOI) assembled and led multi-agency... Read more...


Nemenhah support EBIThe Nemenhah Band and Native American Traditional Organization supports Embassy Blue Institute's Marine Mammal Life Center.

Embassy Blue Institute was honored by an official endorsement from the Nemenhah Band and Native American Traditional Organization for EBI's National Marine Mammal Life Center and its commitment to marine life conservation and education initiatives. Click here to see the official certificate presented to Embassy Blue Institute.


Todd Feucht feeds baby dolphin calfEmbassy Blue Institue Assists With Dolphin Calf Rehabilitation.

Members of Embassy Blue Institute were contacted by Clearwater Marine Aquarium to assist with the care and rehabilitation of a stranded dolphin calf that was rescued December 11, 2010.

Hubbs Sea World Research Institute received the initial call that a dolphin calf had been found in the Indian River Lagoon on the East Coast of Florida. Staff from Hubbs located the calf, where she was found attempting to nurse from her mother who had passed away... Read more...