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An Impact That Lasts


Believe in what we do and want to be a part of it? Feel that you have what it takes to start turning this vision into a reality? We’re sure you’ll fit right in with the community at MMIRC. We love meeting people who share the same values as us. There are many ways how you can get involved. Get in touch with a staff member and join us in making a long lasting impact.



If you like to spend time at sea or by the coast, have binoculars and little patience you are the right person!

Sighting Forms :

Cetacean Form (At Sea)

Whale Sighting Form (At Sea & On Land)

Turtle Sighting Form  (At Sea)

Contact us and receive manual of sighting recordings.

We would like to thank you for your valuable time, which you dedicated for helping us.



MMIRC recruits research interns and education and public awareness assistant interns to support the work of the project. The project is based in Gibraltar and focuses on conservation and research of the bottlenose dolphins, short-beaked common dolphins, striped dolphins, fin whales, sperm whales and loggerhead turtles. It is monitoring their abundance, distribution, reproductive success and population structure using a vessel-based surveys.
MMIRC has been monitoring these populations for over a decade.

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