International Field Projects - Pacific Ocean
Our conservation and research projects focus on not only key species, but
also threatened populations - geographically, or genetically distinct
groups of animals, which if driven to extinction could not be replaced.
You can find out more about many of our projects on the links below or read our Introduction to International Field Projects
to discover more about the background to our work.
Various countries - Pacific Islands Projects
WDCS’s South-Pacific Programme lead, Cara Millar, introduces you to our ground-breaking work in the Pacific Islands.
North West PacificHong Kong, China
- Chinese White dolphins
: WDCS and WWF draw together experts in small cetacean conservation,local researchers and government management authorities to review thestatus of the Chinese white dolphin.Russia, Far eastern Russia
: WDCS has funded FEROP for eight years and documented one of the most remarkable cetacean populations in the world.Central West PacificIndonesia, Balikpapan Bay, East Kalimantan - Various species
: Danielle Kreb introduces us to the diversity of cetacean species that live in the waters off the Indonesian Archipelago.More Field Projects:
| Pacific Ocean
| Latin America
| Indian Ocean