The proceedings of the Pelagos workshop organized the 5th April, 2014 in Liège (Belgium) in the framework of the 28th Conference of the European Cetacean Society can be downloaded by clicking pdf here .

Le Sanctuaire Pelagos lance un appel à projet 2013-2014.  pdf Cliquer ici pour télécharger le document  pdf pdf

Il Santuario Pelagos organizza un bando per i progetti 2013-2014.  pdf Cliccare qui per scaricare il documento  pdf

 

A signatory of the Pelagos Charter, the town of Lavandou is home to a permanent exhibition that is open to the public every day throughout July and August (10:30 – 13:30 and 16:30 – 20:00).

The La Rochelle Aquarium is hosting a free exhibition that offers an insight into the marine mammals that live near our coasts. The exhibition includes photographs, casts of marine mammal bones and skeletons and a number of explanatory signs and panels. Free entry.

Watch whales and dolphins in their environment, learn about the threats they face and discover the work of the Pelagos team – four short films that to take you on a journey to the heart of the Sanctuary. Available (in the original French and with English and Italian subtitle) through our RAISING AWARENESS page:

www.sanctuaire-pelagos.org/en/raising-awareness/videos

 

 

 

 

On Thursday, June 27, the President of the Var Department’s Federation of Nautical Societies, Guy Hily, was given the symbolic title of first Pelagos Ambassador when he registered on the website.

The Pelagos Ambassadors are part of a new partnership program that will increase the number of groups working with Pelagos to raise awareness on and recognition of the Sanctuary as a protected site. For more information, see the ‘Become an Ambassador’ article, which is available in the Press Section.   

PELAGOS, voyage naturaliste au large de la MéditerranéeA journey through nature and the Mediterranean Sea

This large book of photographs features stunning images by Frédéric Larrey and Thomas Roger, with text by Jean-Michel Bompar. The book is accessible to all audiences and provides information on the Mediterranean’s mysterious ecosystem and the biology of the animals that inhabit it.

An overview of the project is available at www.projet-pelagos.com