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Volunteer in Europe doing Conservation Work

Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit (CRRU)

Gardenstown, Banff, United Kingdom, Europe.
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Formed in 1997, the CRRU is a small non-profit research organisation in northeast Scotland dedicated to the welfare, conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises through scientific investigation, education, and the provision of a 24 hour rescue service for stranded animals.

We are developing ecotourism around Lake Baikal to help local communities while protecting unique ecosystems and wildlife.

Vivamar, Bottlenose Dolphin Research

Savudrija, Croatia, Europe.
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64% response rate
Vivamar, established in 2002, is a non for profit research organisation taking care for conservation of the last resident Bottlenose Dolphins in the NE Adriatic. A true Ambassador of dolphins to people. doing a good thing to preserve the whole Marine Ecosystem. Join us and help dolphins!

AIMM is non-for-profit organisation for marine studies

The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute (BDRI) is a marine science center for Field Research and Training in cetaceans (dolphins, whales and porpoises) ecology and behaviour.

Terra Sylvestris

Kalamos, Greece, Europe.
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100% response rate , 40 hour(s) response time.
We are a grassroots non profit non govermental organization working to help create a world where man is in balance with nature

The Katelios Group (www.kateliosgroup.org) a local non-profit environmetnal group has been established in Kefalonia island (GREECE) since 1993.The philosophy of the Katelios Group is the search for solutions co-existence between humans and the Nature through sustainable development.

68% response rate , 12 hour(s) response time.
We connect international volunteers with the local organizations that need their support

We are history finders organisation in Romania

Oceanomare Delphis Onlus

Rome, Italy, Europe.
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100% response rate , 50 hour(s) response time.
Oceanomare Delphis Onlus (ODO) is a non-profit organization established to study and preserve cetaceans, and the ecosystems they inhabit, through knowledge, conservation and awareness actions.

Latest Reviews


An Amazing Experience! reviewed by Casey Maxwell
"This past summer I had the opportunity to volunteer with the CRRU and what a marvelous and unforgettable experience it was! It completely exceeded any expectation that I had going in. It was actually a let down to go back to the "real" world after such an experience with the most wonderful and kind people.

The CRRU team is a dedicated and passionate group of professionals who truly care and value the work that they do and what you bring to the table as a volunteer. Not only do you get to be in a picture perfect location, in the North East of Scotland on the Moray Firth, but you get to experience it with volunteers from all of the world. I honestly don't think I've consistently laughed that hard each day for quite some time!

In addition to the laughter and fun, I can also say that I learned a tremendous amount about cetaceans, the necessity of conservation, driving and maintaining a boat and much, much more. The CRRU is an opportunity that I am grateful that I had the opportunity to do and couldn't recommend it more to others who are interested!"
5 days ago

What would it be like to meet the Siberian Santa Claus? reviewed by Graeme Whitty
"I thoroughly recommend volunteering for the Great Baikal Trail (GBT) non-profit organisation. It is a well established outfit with good logistics and organisation. Summer and Winter projects are varied and well planned. If you don't speak Russian but can communicate in English then do not fear as each project has an interpreter the whole time. Russia is an amazing country and spending some time volunteering for GBT is one way to get to know the people of this great country, to experience rich culture and see some wonderful scenery and wildlife. I have volunteered for summer and winter projects and also spent some time volunteering in the GBT office which is another option. The GBT staff are very welcoming, friendly, supportive, kind, and truly passionate about ecology. They welcome volunteers from all over the world as well as across Russia. There is a great sense of camaraderie fostered on GBT projects and you will have an opportunity to build some special bonds with volunteers from across the world. You can find out more and what it was like to meet the Siberian Santa Claus at http://graemewhitty.com/great-baikal-trail-project-february-2017"
on 11/05/2017