Marine Biologist, Photographer, Writer
A marine biologist with the longest running underwater dolphin research project in the world, the Wild Dolphin Project, Bethany Augliere is also a science writer and conservation photographer with a focus on marine ecosystems and wildlife. She grew up in the suburbs outside of Washington D.C., but her work has brought her around the world and eye-to-eye with some of earth’s most amazing creatures, like giant manta rays, tiger sharks, spotted dolphins and leatherback sea turtles.
Bethany is a member of the Ocean Artists Society, a contributing photographer to the Everyday Extinction project, and a member of the North American Nature Photography Association. Her work has been featured in various online and print outlets, such as Nature, The Mercury News, Hakai Magazine, Oceana and National Geographic.
When she’s not living on a boat on the ocean, Bethany calls Delray Beach home.