We aim to protect the coastline and marine ecosystems in Montgo Nature Park, while also educating volunteers on how to preserve and revitalize the fragile environment.
Volunteers will discover the unique flora and fauna of Montgo Nature Park, which rises over 700 meters above sea level and encompasses over 5,000 acres around Montgo Mountain. Running parallel to the coastline, the park has an extraordinary wealth of wildlife and vegetation, including over 650 vegetable species, such as the red lavender and maritime fennel. The reserve is teeming with native bird species, including yellow legged seagulls or royal owls, and other various animals, from reptiles to amphibians to small mammals, like rabbits and foxes. You can also enjoy various hiking trails with marvelous views of both mountain and sea.
In recent years, the heavy flow of park visitors has had a negative effect on the delicate coastal and marine ecosystems. This program aims to protect the fragile coastline and marine ecosystems in Montgo Nature Park, while also educating volunteers on how to preserve and revitalize the fragile environment.
While participating in this project, you will contribute to important conservation and marine research. Depending on the weather conditions your work will either take place on a boat, in the water, or on the coast.