Operation Wallacea has run biodiversity research expeditions for the last 25 years to a series of sites (mainly biodiversity hotspots) worldwide (www.opwall.com), helping university students from around the world gain valuable experience and get their hands dirty with real biodiversity research. From dense jungle and European grasslands to coral reefs and Mediterranean seagrass meadows, our network of more than 200 academics assist in developing and leading cutting edge research projects that help to inform local conservation management strategies.

Some lead academics are hosting a webinar where you can learn about how to join one of these expeditions and how the data collected are being used to help with wildlife conservation measures. To register, click on the time and date below that best fits your schedule.
Tuesday, October 19th @ 12pm EDT Register here!
Monday, October 25th @ 7pm EDT Register here!
Monday, November 1st @ 3pm EDT Register here!
Can't make it to any of these presentations? Register anyway and they will send you a recording of the webinar afterwards. For more information on the expeditions click here.