Wildlife Sense is a sea turtle research & conservation organization based on the beautiful island of Kefalonia, Greece.

Our mission is to protect endangered sea turtles and their natural habitats, offer a unique learning experience to the volunteers who join our efforts, and promote public awareness. To achieve our goals, we operate a science-based research and conservation project on the island, in collaboration with local and national authorities.

Their research is focused on understanding the dynamics of endangered wildlife and establishing the best possible intervention to save them from extinction.

Join their team to help them study and protect sea turtles, a wide range of wildlife and their ecosystems in Kefalonia.

For more interesting information about the organisation as well as how to join them voluntarily next summer check their website: www.wildlifesense.com/en

Opening hours: Mon-Sat, 9am to 6pm

You can read about our visit to see an inventory with Wildlife Sense here. We interviewed Chanel Comis from Wildlife Sense – find out more by reading the article

 

Contact Info

Wildlife Sense |

Mavrata, Kefalonia, Greece
+30 26710 81285, +30 6984 865 941
kefalonia@wildlifesense.com
http://www.wildlifesense.com/en
www.facebook.com/WildlifeSense