Cultural Travel & Study Tours
The Guide to Cultural Travel & Study Tours
Caretta Research Project
Year Established 1973
Program Description Research & conservation program involving the threatened loggerhead sea turtle. Study & tag the turtles & protect nests from predation & erosion. Also hiking, birding, beach combing, swimming, diverse flora & fauna
Number of Programs/Year ~17
Program Length 7 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 6
Program Focus Nature/Science
Faculty 1) MS in Biology, 26 years working with three species of sea turtles in 3 countries, 20 years environmental education 2) PhD in Biology, 19 years working with 3 species of sea turtles sea turtles in 3 countries
Costs $795/wk, includes cabin lodging, meals, ground transportation. Staff cabin has electricity, for meals & meeting
U.S. Locations Savannah, Georgia
Months May, June, July, August, September
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Contact Kristina Williams
Savannah Science Museum
PO Box 9841
Savannah, GA 31412-9841
United States
Phone: 912-355-6705
Fax: 912-355-0182

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American Museum of Natural History Expeditions in culture
American Museum of Natural History Expeditions
Designed for those who yearn for an in-depth educational experience, these special small-group tours are led by AMNH and other world-renowned scientists and educators.

Cornell's Adult University Seminars and Study Programs in culture
Cornell's Adult University Seminars and Study Programs
Travel programs worldwide accompanied by Cornell University faculty, 4-week on-campus summer program of one-week seminars and workshops for adults and families. Ithaca, NY.

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