About Montenegro Dolphin Research

Montenegro Dolphin Research (MDR) is a non-governmental organization dedicated to the study and conservation of dolphins in Montenegro. Through their project run by DMAD – Marine Mammals Research Association, MDR aims to fill knowledge gaps about these magnificent creatures and protect their habitats.

Since 2016, MDR has conducted extensive land and boat observations, focusing not only on data collection but also on raising awareness among the local community, especially children. They actively engage in educational initiatives and outreach programs to inspire the next generation of marine conservationists. MDR is committed to pushing the boundaries of research, exploring new questions and techniques to deepen our understanding of marine ecosystems. By contributing to the global knowledge base of marine conservation, MDR strives to safeguard the dolphins of Montenegro and preserve the delicate balance of our oceans.

What we do?

Montenegro Dolphin Research (MDR): Dive into Discovery, Set Sail for Science!

MDR is a group of passionate scientists dedicated to filling research gaps about dolphins in Montenegro. We welcome students from around the world who share the same passion as us.

MDR combines science and passion while exploring the mysterious world of dolphins. Through our research conducted in the waters of Montenegro, we make significant contributions to understanding dolphin behavior, their habitats, and their conservation.

Our tagline is “The Voice of Science, Dance in the Sea: Embark on an Enchanting Journey with MDR and Dolphins!”. This tagline reflects MDR’s captivating and recognizable identity, aiming to provide an unforgettable experience.

Everyone who joins MDR will embark on an exciting research adventure and together, we will touch the enchanted world of dolphins. MDR, bridging science and passion, opens its doors to the world, nurturing the future guardians of the sea.

Come and discover the secrets of dolphins with Montenegro Dolphin Research and join us in becoming protectors of the seas!