Marine Dimensions’ short term marine conservation volunteering trips have been developed as an option for students, graduates and wildlife enthusiasts who would like to experience working in the field of marine conservation and environmental education. Designed to run over a period of one or two weeks, the placements include a wide range of activities, […]
Welcome to Ocean Volunteers.com! This site has been set up by marine biologists with a view to providing a useful resource for anyone interested in volunteering with marine wildlife.
Use the map on the right to search for conservation projects and expeditions around the world or browse the menus above to find out about animals that need your help.
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Learn how to survey coral reefs, work with sea turtles and monitor whale shark migrations through a marine conservation internship in the Seychelles. A marine conservation internship in the Seychelles is the sort of thing that marine biology graduates dream about! On this fascinating work placement, you will join a research team and learn the skills required to survey coral reefs and turtles … Find out more
To protect sharks and their habitat, we need to know where they spend their time. This study is the first of its kind—while we have evidence that sharks do better in marine reserves, we have no idea how long a decimated population will take to recover in a brand-new reserve. That’s one of the insights that will come out of this research. The scientists are also looking for insight into how well … Find out more
Officially created in 2001, the Volunteer Program, has been designed to increase understanding and awareness about conservation issues and initiatives, and to help create a conservation model for the Plettenberg Bay area. People from a wide variety of ages and backgrounds come from all over the world to learn while helping us further our work in sustaining marine and coastal resources. Our … Find out more
Volunteer on this 8-day program and work side-by-side with researchers to collect data on Belize’s outstanding coral reef ecosystems. The goal of the program is to collect ecological data on the patch reefs, seagrass beds, and mangroves within the proposed St. George’s Caye Underwater Archaeology Reserve.Participants will stay at the ECOMAR research station and field school on St. George’s Caye … Find out more
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