Operation Wallacea, or Opwall, is an organization established in 1998 for conservation management programs. We organize a series of research in remote areas across the globe. Our expeditions and studies are designed with certain wildlife conservation goals in mind, from determining which habitats need protection to implementing the best conservation strategies.
What makes Opwall different is that we have a large team of scientists, ecologists, postgraduate researchers, and ecologists working in target sites and specializing in different areas of social and economic or biodiversity studies. If you’d like to volunteer and be a part of our team, we have student programs. Strengthen your resume or CV with us. Collect data for your undergraduate or Masters level thesis or dissertation.