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Dolphin Research in Slovenia

A decade ago, people thought that dolphins occasionally visited the Adriatic Sea off Slovenia, but didn’t actually live there. The researchers who lead this expedition proved the conventional wisdom wrong: they identified and tracked up to 100 dolphins that feed, breed, and nurse in the sea year round. Make it possible for these researchers to continue monitoring the dolphins they’ve come to know over the past decade.

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    45° 31' 43.7664" N, 13° 33' 58.0464" E

Dolphins & Whales, Italy

he research focuses on the spectacularly large fin whale as well as on sperm whales, Risso’s dolphins, pilot whales, striped andbottlenose dolphins.  We have places for Cetacean Volunteer Researchers to join for one or more weeks from May to September of every year. Individuals, groups, families and students doing research all welcome. Cost for food, accommodation on board the research boat, programme materials, equipment, scientific lectures & training; from £770.

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Cetacean conservation- Dolphin research in Greece

Become a marine conservation volunteer and participate in dolphin research in the Ionian Sea, helping to provide a marine environment that provides long-term viability for the species. The research focuses on the Bottlenose Dolphin and the Short-Beaked Common Dolphin, in the Amvrakikos Gulf and the Inner Ionian Sea archipelago. We have places for Cetacean Volunteer Researchers to join for one or more weeks from April to September each year.

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Bear Tracking Volunteer Project, Sweden

A volunteer programme for those seeking a short term deep wilderness and wildlife tracking experience, an alternative to a holiday, and ideal for a short break, families, couples with children, retired folk, travellers, nature enthusiasts, wildlife photographers, and so on.  Live in the heart of pristine Swedish wilderness. Volunteers can join every year for one to two week durations in August. Individuals, groups, families and students all welcome.

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Dolphin Research Volunteer, Greece