Follow Andriana back to the sea!!!
Andriana, a rescued Mediterranean monk seal has been rehabilitated and released by the greek NGO MOm with the help of EAAM. We can follow her movements thanks to a satellite tag funded by EAAM.
he European Association for Aquatic Mammals (E.A.A.M.) The European Association for Aquatic Mammals (EAAM) was formed in 1972 in The Netherlands as an interest group of zoological parks and individuals working with marine mammals under human care. In August 2012, the EAAM was re-established as a non-profit association in Brussels, Belgium.
The EAAM’s membership includes veterinarians, biologists, zoo and marine park directors and managers, trainers and caretakers, researchers, students and other persons who devote a significant amount of time to the in situ and ex situ welfare and conservation of marine mammals through research, medical care, training, education, conservation, management and related activities.
Join members of the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums (AMMPA) and the European Association for Aquatic Mammals (EAAM) in the social media campaign to raise awareness of marine debris and motivate people around the world to clean up and prevent more trash from entering our world’s oceans.
Arlete Sogorb represented the EAAM at an event organized by the EAAM Coalition with the European Parliament Intergroup on Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development. Titled “Marine Litter Impact on Oceanic Ecosystems: Problems and Solutions” and was proposed by the EAAM as part of the EAAM/Alliance World Oceans Month 2015 #debrisfreesea campaign.