Help local farmers to conserve elephants and their habitat in southeast Kenya by implementing sustainable agriculture practices
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Help researchers study the nesting behavior of small, cavity-nesting forest owls in Utah and Arizona to better understand how t
Explore interactions between people and chimpanzees and other primates in the rainforest of Uganda to improve human–primate rel
By studying the feeding behavior of killer whales in Iceland, scientists can better understand potential threats to this specie
Join scientists on the largest island in the Caribbean to conduct an assessment of its diverse array of bird species.
Climb aboard a motorboat and sail a tropical “inner sea” in search of endangered dolphins and whales in Costa Rica.
Join scientists along the Gulf Coast of Texas to study how changing environmental conditions and human influences are impacting
Help Earthwatch scientists at the forefront of active reef restoration science on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
Snorkel through Bali’s coastal waters as you investigate the impact and role of artificial coral reefs.
CUSTOM EXPEDITIONS FOR GROUPS
Explore the world together. Our expert staff can coordinate a meaningful experience for school groups, corporate employees, alumni associations, community groups, or other affiliations.
Be more than a tourist
Professor Richard provided phenomenal knowledge sharing of the project before and during the sampling, really bringing the work we were doing alive.
Our Research Focus
Take action to protect marine habitats, conserve biodiversity, and promote sustainable livelihoods.
Preserve and restore forests, assess and mitigate the impacts of a changing climate, and conserve biodiversity.
Sustainable Cities and Communities
Collect essential environmental data to promote urban resiliency while helping to influence positive change.