Operation Wallacea (Opwall) are presenting free webinars to talk to students about the opportunity to get involved in our ecological research and conservation expeditions. Ordinarily we’d come and visit your university but, like a lot of things, we’re taking our talks online this year!
Our projects, which run in 15 different countries, are designed with specific wildlife conservation aims in mind and the data are fed directly into management plans to conserve threatened ecosystems. You can join expeditions as a Research Assistant or to complete research for a Dissertation, with a choice of 100+ topics. Our conservation volunteer’s work has:
- Described 59 new species
- Published 500+ academic papers in peer-review journals
- Been used to create 6 Protected Areas & National Parks
- Been featured by BBC News, Mongabay, IFL Science, & more
Follow link to register for a free, 25 minute webinar - they run at 1pm and 6pm on the dates listed:
Don’t worry if you can't make it to those specific dates, we have more coming up too.
If you are interested in sustainable wildlife conservation, learning survey techniques, learning to scuba dive, and working with leading academics, then please come along to the webinar to find out more!