[MARMAM] Volunteering opportunities

Nikolina Rako nikolina.rako at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 05:47:50 PDT 2012

Adriatic Dolphin Project

Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation

Island of Lošinj, northeastern Adriatic Sea, Croatia


The Adriatic Dolphin project is the main scientific project of the Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation, a non - profit organization dedicated to research and conservation of the Adriatic bottlenose dolphins with field bases on Croatian islands of Lošinj (Northern Adriatic, Kvarnerić) and Vis (Central Adriatic, Dalmatia).

ADP Lošinj  has a long tradition with eco - volunteering program that offers a unique opportunity to experience encounters with dolphins in their natural surroundings actively participating in the research. This includes boat - based surveying, gaining knowledge in data collection at sea, data entry and participation in preliminary analysis of collected data.

The research activities include application of photo - identification techniques, behavioural observations, diet study and acoustic sampling. The eco - volunteers are also invited to participate in various lectures on dolphin research and marine biology offered by the research team.

Stages are now available for the period May to September 2012, with the prices that include a discount of 10% for students.

Late bookings for volunteer stages in May are now with extra 20% discount.

More information you may find on Blue World web site:




For further details and any question please contact us at

info at blue-world.org


adp.losinj at gmail.com


On behalf of Blue World Research team


Nikolina Rako

Adriatic Dolphin Project Lošinj, Head researcher
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