Dolly Performs for GoPro
- This video shows a male Dolly Varden courting a female Dolly Varden in front of a GoPro camera.
- Part of their courtship involves vibrating themselves next to the female.
- The rest of the video shows the various creatures that feed on Dolly Varden.
- These images include American Dipper, Bonaparte's Gull, Great Blue Heron, Common Merganser, and Belted Kingfisher.
- Humans, of course, also fish for them--the first image is of Peter Winslow, a biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
- Peter and his co-worker later disappeared while studiing Dolly Varden in Alaska's Arctic Ocean.
- No trace of Peter, his co-worker, or their boat was ever found.
- The next image is of Bob Armstrong taken while Peter Winslow and I were studiing Dolly Varden on the Wulik River.
- The last image shows a painting of Miss Dolly Varden a character in a play. The fish Dolly Varden was named because it resembled the pink spotting on Miss Dolly Varden's dress. That is why Dolly Varden is always capitalized.
- It is fun to play the song "Hello Dolly" by Louis Armstrong along with the video.