Posidonia oceanica meadows in Mounda bay A male turtle swims over seafloor in Mounda bay A sea turtle in Argostoli entertains tourists Myrtos bay with its white cliffs and the peninsula of Assos Sea turtle hatchling reaching the sea at Megas Lakkos Megali Petra A sea turtle track in the morning on the beach of Ai Chelis Closeup of a loggerhead sea turtle Misty morning on mount Ainos Bay of Agia Kyriaki and Cape Atheras

Wildlife Sense is a sea turtle research & conservation organization based on the beautiful island of Kefalonia, Greece. Our mission is to protect endangered sea turtles and their natural habitats, offer a unique learning experience to the volunteers who join our efforts, and promote public awareness. To achieve our goals, we operate a science-based research and conservation project on the island, in collaboration with local and national authorities.

Research & Conservation

Our research is focused on understanding the dynamics of endangered wildlife and establishing the best possible internvention to save them from extinction.

Volunteer Opportunities

Join our team to help us study and protect sea turtles, a wide range of wildlife, and their ecosystems in Kefalonia, Greece.