James Blane

Bangor University Zoological Society 2019 Teide Challenge

Fundraising for Atlantic Whale and Dolphin Foundation
£208
raised of £1,000 target
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Event: The Teide Challenge, on 31 December 2019
Participants: Abi Piddington, Becky Martin, Brad Connell, David Barwani-Rai, Ellie Benjamin, Iman Rafiq, James Blane, Jess Campbell, Katie Brown, Katy Slosarska, Nick Lord, Nisha Moreno-Hill, Takara Simpson-Jenkins, Victoria Body, Yan Ernst
We aim to research and educate to ensure that the Atlantic is fit for life

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The Bangor University Zoological Society are embarking on their 2019 Teide Challenge!

During our annual Tenerife trip to work on cetacean conservation on short-finned pilot whales and bottle-nose dolphins, a group of 17 of us will hike the third-highest volcanic structure on Earth (3,718 m). 

We hope to raise money for the Atlantic Whale and Dolphin Foundation to assist the expanding of their operations, particularly the Sao Tome project to analyse humpback whale behaviour and acoustic patterns.

Every little helps towards helping endangered species/ecosystems, and the people who live close with them!

About the charity

Make a donation, make a difference. You could be about to do something wonderful for our seas, shores and marine wildlife. Help our programmes and ensure that the Atlantic Ocean is fit for life - clean waters and coasts supporting abundant marine life, healthy fish stocks and global sustainability.

Donation summary

Total raised
£207.80
Online donations
£207.80
Offline donations
£0.00

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