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Six Weeks of Marine Volunteering with Emma Butterworth

I have always loved wildlife, spending my free time looking for animals and learning as much as I could about them. However after a series of whale watching trips in the Azores when I was 14 I found my true … Continue reading

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Busy times at International Marine Volunteers!

It’s only Wednesday and we have already accomplished and learnt so much in the last three days! Eight trips on board beautiful Slashfin, seeing lots of copper sharks, or bronze whalers, as they are also known, plus seven trips on … Continue reading

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Tagging a Great White Shark!

One of the most rewarding things for us at International Marine Volunteers is when volunteers come back to join us, time and again.  Brian Whyte, from Ontario, is one such returning volunteer, he first joined us last year for 2 … Continue reading

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Primo Visit

International Marine Volunteers – Centro Studi Di Squali by Karim Mostafa Being a volunteer with International Marine Volunteers, is not only a great opportunity to be out in the field with marine life, but also an excellent way to be … Continue reading

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