Please feel free to contact us or visit our research centre in O Grove, Galicia (NW Spain) from March 2014. The new BDRI facilities will be sited in the town of O Grove, located on a peninsula set in the so-called Rías Baixas, in Southwest Galicia (Spain).
The contact information and elsewhere in this website is provided solely for the information of the BDRI community and those who have a specific interest in participating in our programs or interest in reaching a specific individual. We will try and get back to you regarding your inquiry as soon as we possibly can.
Please feel free to contact us by email or phone. The BDRI facilities are sited in the town of O Grove, located on a peninsula set in the so-called Rías Baixas, in Southwest Galicia (Spain).
Main Office & Public Information:
+ 34 605 521441 (mobile) E-Mails:
Public Information: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Biologist & Director: email@example.com
Marine Biologist: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute is a marine science centre for Research, Education and training in cetaceans’ ecology and behaviour. Students and volunteers can participate in hands-on research on wild bottlenose dolphins and other cetaceans along the north-western coast of Iberian Peninsula (Galicia, Spain). The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute offers through the Internship, Volunteer and Field research Course programs hands-on experience in marine mammal research, boat based field work, intensive training and mentoring in marine ecology. It is a great opportunity for interested individuals to go abroad and participate in the BDRI programs during their gap year or to learn about cetacean’s ecology and behaviour during the holidays. The education and training programs will all take part on the north-western coast of the Iberian Peninsula (Galicia, Spain), a true marine biologist’s paradise. Any reproduction of the photographs, art, or other contents
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