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Almyra supports MOm through 1% For The Planet!

We are happy to announce that Almyra, is supporting MOm/Hellenic Society for the Study and Protection of the Monk Seal for a second year, through…


Andriana, the monk seal, released into the wild!

Andriana is back home! On the 27th of April, in the afternoon, MOm/Hellenic Society for the Study and Protection of the Monk Seal released Andriana…


Support the treatment of an orphan pup monk seal !

Andriana was found orphaned and in a poor state, at Skopelos’ Velanio beach on November 15th by a local resident. Next evening, and after a…


The secret life of a Monachus monachus seal!

On the following link you may see a short footage of the secret life of a female mother Monachus monachus with her pup! MOm/Hellenic…


New no-take fishing zone in Greece!

MOm, the Hellenic Society for the Study and Protection of the Monk Seal, closely collaborating with central and local governmental Greek Authorities, has achieved an…


Gyaros island: A land of exile

Gyaros, is an arid and unpopulated Greek island in the northern Cyclades, which throughout the centuries has served as a land of exile, up until very…


Our Window to the Deep

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Tuesday, January 13th, 2015, Tags: , , , ,

Why MARE Goes Deep? Oceans are the last and greatest unexplored wilderness on the planet and inspire a sense of wonder and curiosity. MARE encounters…


Mediterranean monk seal found in critical condition: Call for financial support!

Posted in High Impact Partnerships, News, Nonprofit Partners | by , Sunday, November 16th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , ,

The newborn female Mediterranean monk seal pup was found stranded yesterday at Velanio beach in Skopelos, island of Northern Sporades, Greece (more photos here). MOm/Hellenic…


Marsh Planting Stabilizes Island

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Wednesday, July 30th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Restore America’s Estuaries ( coordinates on-the-ground restoration projects all along the coasts of our nation’s bays, sounds, and other estuaries in collaboration with our 11…


Do dolphins have “fingerprints”?

For over three decades photo-identification is being used for the study of population size and trends of small cetacean species. Photo-identification is a method used…