Live life to the full on this exciting marine conservation project in the beautiful Yasawa region of Fiji, famous for its palm tree lined beaches, sparkling white sand and crystal clear water! Fiji’s incredible marine environment is sadly becoming increasingly under threat. As a volunteer you’ll play a huge role in protecting this environment by […]
Welcome to Marine Conservation Volunteer.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.
Skate and Ray Conservation Projects
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, […]
Featured Conservation Projects
Help this dedicated team study the behavior of adult and newly hatched turtles, their migratory routes, and how human activities and pollution impact them. Only by gathering a trove of data on these ancient creatures can we fully understand the dramatic decline of leatherbacks in the Pacific Ocean and the population dynamics of marine turtles in general. Go to Earthwatch’s website to find out … Find out more
Take part in a life-changing experience by volunteering with MWSRP. Volunteers are a crucial part of our research who aid in collecting baseline data on whale sharks and the marine environment, as a volunteer you vital for the success 0f the research and the organisation. Our programme offers you the opportunity to gets hands-on with the research and data collection, increase your knowledge on … Find out more
If you’re walking along one of Southern California’s broad beaches, you’ve got a good chance of seeing a whale spouting or a pod of dolphins riding the ocean waves. This coastline supports a rich community of marine mammals, including the blue whale, the largest animal to have ever lived on Earth. But it is also home to Los Angeles Harbor, the busiest port in the United States. The whales and … Find out more
Since 2004 the Oceanic Society has been working with the community to study nesting green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) throughout the islands. Research has shown that Ulithi Atoll is home to one of the largest populations of nesting sea turtles in Micronesia, with approximately 1,000 turtles nesting annually. In 2011, the community of Falalop in Ulithi Atoll declared their intention to establish a … Find out more
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