Volunteers and Interns are needed during May to October 2013
The time has come to get underwater again and look at the changes that have occured at our Silmar research stations since last October. Local nudibranch researchers found over 200 examples of 48 species during two dives in L'Escala last weekend! So I wil be keeping my eyes peeled for these little critters too.
From May onwards weekdays are spent on underwater research at one of our two coastal research stations collating key species data (two dives per day). Our volunteer divers enjoy free scuba diving with many opportunities for fun diving and underwater photography as well as collecting key species data.
We welcome conservation-minded scuba divers to volunteer during the months of May to October each year to gain underwater fieldwork experience collecting data on coastal biodiversity. Internships are also available for suitable applicants to join our team during the whole six months each year.See www.kennaecodiving.net for details.