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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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.

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.

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