Olema, CA — Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN) has awarded a scholarship to an early career marine conservationist who will help TIRN study, tag, and track sharks and sea turtles…
For the first time ever, Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN), a global marine conservation nonprofit, has offered two scholarships to early career marine conservationist for its yearly Cocos Island Research Expedition.
For the first time ever, Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN), a global marine conservation nonprofit, has offered a scholarship to an early career marine conservationist for its yearly Cocos Island Expedition.
I’m writing to you from the Galapagos Islands where we have just completed the first inter-governmental workshop on the Cocos–Galapagos Swimway, a concept I proposed to protect critically endangered Pacific leatherback sea turtles from the ravages of industrial fishing during their long migrations each year.
We are announcing a fantastic opportunity to join Turtle Island on a Cocos Island Research Expedition December 3 to 13, 2017! Purchase a raffle ticket for $100 today. You will have a 1 in 100 chance to win a 10-day scuba diving trip to Cocos Island, Costa Rica.
With support of our Volunteer Expedition divers, marine wildlife protection organization Turtle Island has created a space for a person beginning or early in his or her marine conservation career to participate from December 3 – 13, 2017 on a ten-day shark and turtle tagging expedition to Cocos Island National Park, Costa Rica.
Join a research expedition to Cocos Island and work alongside scientists to research sea turtle and shark populations and migration at one of the world’s premiere scuba diving sites to see hammerhead sharks and a myriad of large marine species.