Dolphin Conservation, Croatia
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Dolphin Conservation, Croatia

Conservation and research volunteers are needed right now to help protect the last resident Bottlenose Dolphins in the north-eastern Adriatic Sea. By working closely with marine biologists, volunteers become “citizen scientists” directly involved with dolphin monitoring.

Monitoring the number of dolphins remaining in this area will let people learn more about the plight of the dolphins. The important scientific data that you help collect will mean research teams can do more to protect these pods. Our mornings will be spent learning about data collection and dolphin identification and our afternoons will take us out in the field - which in this case is the sea!

Locations
Europe » Croatia
Length
1-2 Weeks
Language
English
Housing
Apartment
Host Family
Hostel
Starting Price
$500.00
Currency
USD
Price Details
Includes: Pick up and drop off (from Umag, Croatia), Accommodation, On-site training, Membership in Partner Organization, $10 Credit in our Zazzle store (towards the purchase of recycled water bottles, reusable bags, etc), Donation to Placement Partner, AEI Travel Manual, Emergency support while at Placement, Carbon credits to offset 3 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, Premium Individual Travel Insurance (up to $500, 000 USD in emergency medical coverage), Travel discounts (through automatic membership to a volunteer only travel discount program), 24/7 Travel and emergency assistance.

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We are a B Corp with a mission to change the world by matching clients with conservation and animal welfare related volunteer opportunities at sanctuaries, hospitals and research projects.

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