Learning more about nature and the environment can be a wonderful experience not only in understanding the importance that has for the world around us, for animals and for our
In this article you will find information about
Introduction on food provisioning on wildlife
Effects on food provisioning
Law on Hand Feeding & case study
On the 20th of August, we are organizing a Cleanup in support of the Dolphin Project to raise awareness about the need to end barbarian activities such as the Taiji
This article is divided into sections to give a general idea of whale watching pros and cons
What is whale watching?
Problems associated with whale watching and lack of
A widespread understanding of citizen science is the involvement of the public in scientific research commonly during data collection, analysis, and research design. Especially within the conservation community, it has
Eco Marine Malta announce a call for volunteers for Summer 2021!
We are looking for visual observers to help us carry out boat-based surveys in the Maltese waters. The
Our understanding of cetaceans has advanced considerably in the recent times but until quite recently, most of what we knew about them came from whaling, fisheries or captivity. Modern research
Whales and dolphins have fascinated people for ages, by delighting humans with their acrobatic jumps despite their massive size and by showing their immense intelligence.
Evidence of this ancient love
Cover picture: Wikimedia
On the 14th of April, a Gray whale was spotted very close to the shore of Ponza island in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Grey whales (Eschrichtius robustus), which
Last week Malta and Gozo were blessed with the visit of a fin whale – Balaenoptera physalus, for the joy and awe of the people walking along the cliffs.
March is Seagrass Awareness Month
As part of the European Marine Science Educators Association, we are celebrating our very own beautiful seagrass: the Posidonia Oceanica, also known as Alka in
At EcoMarine Malta we get our fair share of smiles. Each time we go out and meet dolphins we’re not only excited to see our aquatic heroes, but equally excited