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This 6-hour workshop, divided into three days, consists of six comprehensive chapters introducing whales, dolphins and porpoises. It is suitable for a broad audience, from students to enthusiasts looking to learn from the start or deepen their current knowledge. The workshop aims at providing participants with a solid foundation on cetacean biology, species identification, study methodologies and how anthropogenic activities impact cetaceans. This workshop will be lectured in English.
After completing her MSc in Marine Conservation at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, Alicia joined AIMM as a research assistant. She has been part of the team ever since and is currently a researcher. She is involved with different projects at AIMM, including the publication of several scientific studies investigating the social lives of dolphins.
Guilherme is a naturalist and wildlife enthusiast who has been working with marine mammals for over a decade. His previous whale watching experience has allowed him to spend countless hours observing cetaceans in the field. Guilherme is currently a researcher and skipper at AIMM.
60 € for non-students;
50 € for students.
Date and time
3rd of April 2023 – from 6 to 8 pm (GMT+1)
4th of April 2023 – from 6 to 8 pm (GMT+1)
5th of April 2023 – from 6 to 8 pm (GMT+1)
The end time of the workshop can be extended, depending on the interaction of the participants with the tutors.
Live and online, via Zoom.
No previous experience or knowledge required;
Participants must use a computer that can operate Zoom.
Certification provided upon completion of the course.
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the marine megafauna in Portugal with the official AIMM Species Guide.
The Species Guide is a digital guide in English where you’ll find various information about the marine species that occur in mainland Portugal. You’ll find biological information, behavior, conservation status and much more!