Eco-volunteering


Between Corsica and the Côte d'Azur, from late June to early September, several species of whales and dolphins are concentrated in order to feed at a time when the biomass of these waters reaches its maximum. Among them, a thousand great whales and tens of thousands of dolphins!

 

However, despite the abundance of cetaceans, scientific research mounts on the difficulties of observations at sea. The current state of our knowledge is still very approximate, hence the difficulty of effectively protecting Mediterranean cetaceans.

 

It is through the active participation and financial support of its ecovolunteers that The SCS can provide logistical support for scientific research.

Climb on board on one of our wonderful expeditions and make a difference!

 

 

A scientific expedition SCS as in live !

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Swiss Cetacean Society - SCS

CP 1430 

1001 Lausanne 

Switzerland

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