Operation Wallacea

How to gain real life experience in wildlife conservation

  • Welcome to Operation Wallacea

    Learn how biological data collected by volunteers is being used to help with wildlife conservation all over the world, and how you could get involved.

    • Contribute to cutting edge research

    • Work alongside and learn from conservationists in the field

    • Professional fundraising support available

    Want to hear about how volunteers are saving the natural world?

    Register for one of our webinars using the links below.

     

    European Time Zones

     

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    Monday 16th March1pm (GMT)Register here!

     

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    Monday 22nd February7pm (EST)Register here!
    Monday 15th March3pm (EST)Register here!

     

  • View our online brochures

    Click here for our research assistant brochure
    OR
    click here for the dissertation brochure

     

    Can’t make the talk but have some questions?

    Book a chat with us by clicking here.

    Or if you are based in the US and would like more information, you can get in touch with our US office here.

     

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About Operation Wallacea

  • We’ve been running award winning biodiversity research expeditions for the last 25 years, helping volunteers around the world gain valuable experience and get their hands dirty with real biodiversity research.

    From tropical rainforests and European grasslands, to coral reefs and Mediterranean seagrass meadows, our network of over 200 researchers lead cutting edge research projects that inform conservation management strategies and save species at risk of extinction.

    The video below is the shorter version of a longer film we put together about our projects. Want to watch the full version? You can find it here.

  • Our conservation volunteer’s work has:

    • Described 59 species that are new to science

    • Been published in more than 500 academic papers in peer-review journals

    • Been used to lobby governments to create 6 Protected Areas and National Parks all over the world

    By working alongside and helping our researchers, volunteers gain experience as research assistants. University students can also gather data for their independent research projects or thesis.

Introductory Video

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Wallace House, Old Bolingbroke, Spilsby, Lincolnshire PE23 4EX, UK
| +44 (0) 1790 763194 | info@opwall.com