Umah Lumba Rehabilitation, Release and Retirement Center | Dolphin Project

 

In September 2019, BKSDA Bali Forestry Department in Bali, Indonesia and the Ministry of Forestry initiated the idea for a first ever permanent dolphin rehabilitation, release and retirement facility for formerly performing dolphins. Working with local partners Jakarta Animal Aid Network to supply the manpower and Dolphin Project to provide the financial support and supervision, the team built the Umah Lumba Rehabilitation, Release and Retirement Center in Banyuwedang Bay, West Bali (“Umah Lumba” means “dolphins” in Balinese.)

The Umah Lumba Center is a purpose-built facility for recently confiscated dolphins from captive facilities, and for stranded or injured dolphins. The facility is designed to stabilize the mammals, return them back to health and to assess whether they are candidates for readaptation and release.

For dolphins deemed releasable, they will be taken to Camp Lumba Lumba Readaptation and Release Center in Karimun Jawa, the world’s first permanent facility dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of dolphins. The mammals will then be prepared for return into their home range. The location was specifically chosen because the majority of dolphins were captured from the Karimunjawa National Park, and releasing them here would offer a good chance for the mammals to reunite with their family pods.

For dolphins deemed unreleasable, they can retire at the Umah Lumba Center in a safe and healing seapen, and live out the rest of their lives in peace and dignity.

Presently we have three dolphins in our care: Rocky, Rambo and Johnny. Captured in the Java Sea, the dolphins, for several years, were incarcerated in a shallow, heavily chlorinated swimming pool in North Bali. Since their relocation to the Umah Lumba Center, they have benefited from a robust rehabilitation program and continue to undergo regular evaluation towards a possible release.

The dolphins receive 24/7 round-the-clock care. We have a full-time staff veterinarian, security guards and caregivers. The center is a true rehabilitation, release and retirement facility, where our team is committed to making the dolphins’ lives as natural and independent as possible. In March 2020, Dolphin Project, in anticipation of the arrival of additional confiscated dolphins (due to the COVID-19 pandemic) tripled the size of our facility.

As the world’s first permanent dolphin rehabilitation, release and retirement facility in the world, the Umah Lumba Center must be a model of success. Ideally, it will act as a prototype for others to be built globally, as demand for captive dolphins wane.

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JOHNNY

Johnny at the Umah Lumba Center, Bali Indonesia

Captured in the Java Sea, Indonesia, Johnny is an older dolphin who lived several years in isolation inside a shallow swimming pool at the Melka Excelsior Hotel in North Bali. Crowds of people bought tickets to swim with him, and those were the only times he had any company. To make the water appear clean to paying customers, hotel staff added chlorine and other harmful chemicals. This hurt Johnny’s eyes so badly, he went blind. In addition, Johnny has no teeth left, and his right pectoral fin has been permanently damaged. When we first found him, he was also critically underweight. Johnny was destined to spend the rest of his life trapped in the tank, performing for tourists and other guests.

On October 8, 2019, we rescued Johnny from the hotel and transported him to our facility. Under our 24/7 expert care, he has since gained weight and strength, and spends his days exploring the large sea pen, where he experiences the natural rhythms and sounds of the sea. Johnny’s diet consists of high-quality fresh fish, and he is gaining weight and strength. The healing properties of a diet consisting of high-quality fresh fish, along with real ocean water are having a positive effect: Johnny often expresses his joy with energetic jumps, and he spends much time swimming, diving, and playing. We are continuing to evaluate Johnny for potential release, and are committed to doing everything in our power to ensure the rest of his life is filled with peace and dignity. Adopt Johnny today to help provide for his care!

Johnny Adoption Package

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With a recommended minimum donation of $25, you’ll get a personalized adoption certificate for Johnny (its beautiful artwork suitable for framing), gorgeous underwater photos which are perfect for adorning all your electronic devices, Johnny’s biography, Dolphin Facts, a Dolphin Warrior booklet and quarterly updates about Johnny!

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ROCKY

Rocky in floating sea pen, Bali, Indonesia.

Rocky at the Umah Lumba Center, Bali, Indonesia

 

When Rocky was violently captured in the Java Sea several years ago, he lost everything that makes life worth living for a dolphin: his family, his world of sound, and the ability to swim freely in a vast ocean world. Rocky spent several years incarcerated in a shallow, heavily chlorinated swimming pool at the Melka Excelsior Hotel in North Bali. He was trained to obey commands and perform in theatrical shows that attract crowds of fun-seeking holiday makers. In between repetitive, rowdy shows, Rocky spent much time logging on the surface, and could only swim a few feet before a wall stopped him. Confinement in such barren, unnatural surroundings took a heavy toll on Rocky’s well-being, and his future looked bleak and hopeless.

Thankfully, we were able to rescue Rocky on August 5, 2019, and transported him to a temporary floating sea enclosure in Sanur. In December 2019 Rocky was transported from Sanur to our facility. Here, in the crystal-clear waters of our spacious sea pen, he is once again enjoying the natural rhythms and sounds of the sea. Rocky is benefitting from the healing properties of natural sea water and is gaining weight and strength. Rocky loves to participate in boisterous, energetic play, and he especially loves to swim fast. Never again will he have to perform tricks for food or experience confinement in a minuscule concrete tank. Our 24/7 expert team of veterinarians and caregivers are currently evaluating Rocky for possible release. Adopt Rocky today to help provide for his care!

Rocky adopt a dolphin package

WHAT YOU’LL GET

With a recommended minimum donation of $25, you’ll get a personalized adoption certificate for Rocky (its beautiful artwork suitable for framing), gorgeous underwater photos which are perfect for adorning all your electronic devices, Rocky’s biography, Dolphin Facts, a Dolphin Warrior booklet and quarterly updates about Rocky!

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RAMBO

Rambo at the Umah Lumba Center, Bali, Indonesia

Rambo at the Umah Lumba Center, Bali, Indonesia

Adopt Rambo

Rambo was torn from his family and pod members in the Java Sea during a violent capture several years ago. He was confined to a shallow chlorinated swimming pool at the Melka Excelsior Hotel in North Bali for the purposes of entertaining crowds of tourists during loud theatrical performances. Rambo shared a tank with a dolphin named Gombloh, and the two dolphins formed a close friendship. Sadly, Gombloh took his last breath on August 3, 2019, just two days before we were able to rescue and relocate Rambo. Hotel staff found Gombloh’s lifeless body in the same tank where Rambo was confined.

We rescued Rambo on August 5, 2019 and transported him to a temporary floating sea enclosure in Sanur. In the following weeks, Rambo gained weight and strength, and in December 2019 Rambo was transported to our facility. There will be no more languishing in a small, barren concrete world, and no more theatrical dolphin shows to perform. All of that is behind him. Rambo is a younger dolphin who appears to be in good health, highly energetic and full of life. He is enjoying the healing benefits of natural sea water and the ability to dive and swim. Our 24/7 expert team of veterinarians and caregivers are currently evaluating Rocky for possible release. Adopt Rambo today to help provide for his care!

Rambo adopt a dolphin package

WHAT YOU’LL GET

With a recommended minimum donation of $25, you’ll get a personalized adoption certificate for Rambo (its beautiful artwork suitable for framing), gorgeous underwater photos which are perfect for adorning all your electronic devices, Rambo’s biography, Dolphin Facts, a Dolphin Warrior booklet and quarterly updates about Rambo!

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Remembering Dewa 

Captured in the Java Sea, Dewa was an older dolphin who was severely affected by the trauma he suffered during his confinement at the Melka Excelsior Hotel in North Bali. There, he spent years confined in the hotel’s shallow, heavily chlorinated swimming pool, exploited in a commercial dolphin-assisted therapy program for people with paralysis and other disabilities. Our rescue team transferred Dewa from the swimming pool to our facility on October 8, 2019. Since we introduced Dewa to natural sea water, his condition improved but he was still plagued with several health problems including chronic pneumonia., Dewa succumbed to his longstanding illness and took his last breath on March 11, 2020.

Remembering Gombloh

Gombloh was captured in the Java Sea and, sadly, did not survive his encounter with humans. Gombloh died at the Melka Excelsior Hotel in North Bali on August 3, 2019, just two days before our team was able to rescue Gombloh’s beloved companion Rambo. We are happy we arrived at the hotel in time to rescue Rambo, Rocky, Dewa, and Johnny from the shallow and heavily chlorinated swimming pools, but at the same time heartbroken that we got there too late to get Gombloh out of there. We will always remember Gombloh, who is one of countless dolphins to have fallen victim to consumers’ demand to watch dolphins perform and to swim with them.

The Umah Lumba Rehabilitation, Release and Retirement Center and Camp Lumba Lumba Readaptation and Release Center form an incredible partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia, BKSDA Bali, Dolphin Project, Jakarta Animal Aid Network, Karimunjawa National Park and the West Bali National Park. Together, we built Umah Lumba, the world’s only permanent dolphin rehabilitation, release and retirement facility for previously captive dolphins and Camp Lumba Lumba, the world’s first permanent facility dedicated to the readaptation and release of dolphins in Kemujan, Karimun Jawa. Ric O’Barry, Founder/Director of Dolphin Project has pioneered readaptation for captive dolphins and has released a number of dolphins into the wild.

Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all donations are tax-deductible as authorized by law.

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How to attract colorful dragonflies to your yard for the ultimate natural mosquito control

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Pests are always a bother, and often we resort to chemicals to get rid of them. Mosquitoes are particularly unpleasant, with bites leading to a range of issues from itchiness to the transmission of serious diseases such as malaria, dengue, and other viruses.

Realizing the harmful impacts of pesticides, however, more people are resorting to natural resolutions to maintain a pest-free environment. Dragonflies provide both a useful, natural, and beautiful solution, as they are known to consume irritating mosquitoes at all stages of life.

Dragonfly perched on a twig

Vincent van Zalinge

Colorful dragonflies are a joy to watch, especially when they hover over plants and flowers like tiny helicopters. These pretty creatures have an added benefit to homeowners – they can consume hundreds of mosquitoes a day! They are the ultimate solution for natural mosquito control and are certainly lovely additions to anyone’s home or garden.

Dragonflies are skilled flyers and can fly and hover at speeds up to 30 mph. These tiny little things are actually excellent hunters, with a near-perfect success rate when they target their pray. It may be hard to imagine but they also have sharp teeth so that they can chew their prey. Despite this, however, they are generally harmless to humans.

Dragonfly enjoying itself on the tip of a plant.

Clément Falize

With the capacity to seriously decrease the mosquito population, it would be beneficial to attract this garden friend into any backyard. There are a number of ways to invite dragonflies to your home to enhance your home and get rid of mosquitoes at the same time.

The first step is to remove the bug zapper. This may end up killing the very insects you want to welcome into your home.

Install a water feature, such as an artificial pond or a bird bath, since dragonflies are aquatic insects. This will make them feel right at home. Dragonflies favor laying their eggs in still water, rather than moving, throughout their life cycle. The water feature may be big or small, it doesn’t really matter to these insects.

A group of dragonflies hovering over water.

Jakayla Toney

Even the tiniest spaces can lead to creative gardens for everyone to enjoy. At any size, it should be about two feet deep. This will be deep enough for dragonflies, and yet too deep for the survival of mosquito larvae.

If you favor creating a fishpond, make sure to incorporate aquatic plants and submerge them in the water. This way the eggs laid by the dragonflies are protected from being eaten by fish.

When they grow into the larva or nymph stage, they won’t be as vulnerable to prey. You can also skip adding fish altogether to prevent undue stress on the dragonflies.

Red and blue butterflies enjoying themselves on the stem of a plant.

Dorothea Oldani

Some aquatic plants are better at attracting dragonflies than others. Make sure to add some of the following to your intended water feature: hardy or tropical water lily (Nymphaea), cattail (Typha latifolia), arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia), water horsetail (Equisetum fluviatile), pickerelweed (Pontederia cordata), wild celery (Vallisneria americana), white bulrush (Scirpus albescens), umbrella palm (Cyperus alternifolius), swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnate), and Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium fistulosum).

There are also yard plants that dragonflies like, such as black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), white yarrow (Achillea millefolium), and meadow sage (Salvia marcus). The plants will not only be attractive but can turn into the favorite hangout areas of the insects.

A dragonfly spending time on a lovely flower in a colorful garden.

Adli Wahid

Make sure that the water feature or pond, as well as the plants favored by the dragonflies are in an area with plenty of sunlight. They like the sun and they need the warmth for energy and to optimize their metabolism. They tend to hide when the weather is too cloudy or cool.

So during the summer when you want to hang outdoors in the backyard, you may want to create a dragonfly-friendly garden to keep mosquitoes at bay. This way, the whole family can enjoy a day outdoors without slathering on the insect repellent or lighting citronella candles.

Check your local garden center and enjoy your time in the sun without having to worry about nasty mosquito bites!

Here is a video of a dragonfly eating a mosquito:

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Orange Cream Pops | Allrecipes

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Trusted Brands: Recipes and TipsAlmond Breeze Orange Cream Pops

Orange Cream Pops
Rating: 3.8 stars5 Ratings 1 Review 1 Photo

Almond Breeze Vanilla almondmilk and orange juice concentrate are the perfect base of this swirled orange pop.
By Almond Breeze

Orange Cream Pops
Orange Cream Pops Almond Breeze
Recipe Summary
prep:
15 mins
cook:
5 mins
additional:
8 hrs
total:
8 hrs 20 mins
Servings:
8
Yield:
8 pops
Ingredients
8
Original recipe yields 8 servings
Ingredient Checklist2 cups Almond Breeze Vanilla almondmilk ¼ cup sugar 2 tablespoons cornstarch + 2 teaspoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ¼ cup orange juice concentrate, thawed


Directions
Instructions ChecklistStep 1 Whisk together Almond Breeze, sugar, cornstarch, coconut oil, and extract in a small saucepan. Bring to a simmer, whisking frequently. Cook over low heat for 5 minutes or until mixture has thickened, stirring frequently. Let cool, stirring occasionally. Step 2 Place 2/3 of the mixture in a separate bowl and stir in orange juice concentrate. Combine mixture from both bowls and swirl very lightly. Step 3 Spoon into ice cream pop molds and insert a handle or stick into each. Freeze overnight.

Cook’s Notes:

If using popsicle sticks, cover each mold firmly with foil. Make a tiny slit in each and insert sticks.

Substitute butter for the coconut oil if desired.

Nutritional analysis per serving:
Calories 100
Total Fat 3,5g
Cholesterol 10mg
Sodium 60mg
Potassium 99mg
Total Carbohydrate 16g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugars 13g
Protein 0g
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Erin Cashes
Rating: 2 stars
06/23/2020
I followed the recipe I think it needs more orange juice. It s more of a vanilla popsicle. I will make again though. Read More
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Barbara Brice Hartford
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06/20/2021
Agree with the previous review that the orange flavor is too weak. I also thought the coconut oil flavor was too obvious. Good idea in concept, but I will need to edit the ingredients next time. Read More
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