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Cetacean Observatory of the Canary Islands

The Society for the Study of Cetaceans in the Canary Archipelago (SECAC) is a scientific NGO founded in 1993 whose aims are to promote and carry out research, conservation and dissemination projects for cetaceans in the Canary Islands. During these years, SECAC has made a significant contribution to promote the conservation of biodiversity, sustainable development and a rational use of the marine environment and its resources under the precautionary principle. SECAC is financed through donations, volunteer programs, grants, research grants from institutions, administration and public or private entities. SECAC is a founding member of the Spanish Cetacean Society (SEC).

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Species conservation (flora/fauna)

Responsible body: Cabildo de Lanzarote. SECAC

Period: 1993 onward

Contact: Aquilino Miguélez - observatorio@cabildodelanzarote.com

Area of operation: Canary Islands

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