Kovren excursions



Adriatic Dolphin Project Island of Lošinj (Croatia)

The Adriatic Dolphin Project (ADP) is a long-term study on ecology and conservation of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the area surrounding the Cres and Lošinj islands.  The aim of the project is to provide an overall picture of the population status and dynamics of the bottlenose dolphins around the Lošinj and Cres islands. Their research focuses on dolphin population dynamics, feeding ecology, and the impact of human activity. Collected data is used to produce a regular report on the status and ecology of the Lošinj and Cres bottlenose dolphin population and to offer a solution for their effective conservation. On the second of August 2003 Blue World, opened the Lošinj marine education centre.  The centre aims to provide educational facilities for local people and visitors. There are interactive displays, educational panels and lecture facilities.This facility also includes the Blue World offices, conference room, laboratory and library. All lectures for volunteers will be given in this facility.
Dolphins - Symbol of the Clean Sea!





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