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Earthwatch is about more than seeing. It's about taking action at a time when the world urgently needs our help.

On one of our expeditions, you'll join respected scientists in the field and make hands-on contributions to research, all while having the adventure of a lifetime.

Oceans and coasts expeditions

From searching for endangered dolphins and whales in Costa Rica to tracking turtles in the Bahamas, join one of our expeditions today.

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Fresh water expeditions

An Earthwatch expedition could take you as far afield as wetlands in Mexico or the Peruvian Amazon.

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Wildlife and habitats expeditions

From monitoring lions in Kenya to conserving rhinos in South Africa, science meets adventure on these Earthwatch expeditions!

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Climate change expeditions

Our expeditions include measuring climate change on the edge of the Arctic and exploring how rising temperatures are affecting wildlife in Australia.

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