Wind Walking in Palau 3/3
Success: Entangled Manta Rescued
Wind Walking in Palau 2/3
With the departure of Isabel a month ago I now remain the sole project manager in Palau – further immersing me in the island’s unique cultural and underwater heritage. I have had the opportunity to dive various wrecks, enthralling dichotomies of human and natural forces that embody Palau’s gruesome past.
Fieldwork in Fiji
Marvellous Manta Madness
Wind Walking in Palau 1/3
Mantas in the Chagos MPA
Meet Karen our Mexican Caribbean Project Leader
One Nation Coral Revival
The drums got louder and the crowds began jumping on the white sand. Turquoise water lapped at the main stage and you could just make out the capital Malé perched quietly in the distance. Our fellow participants, renamed the ‘The Tribe’ by the event, smiled at us from behind wavy hair and sunglasses. At this moment, it was clear we were at the beating heart of Maldivian conservation.
Lambaklad Fishing: Big Net, Big Bycatch?
Today we are excited to kick off a new rapid assessment survey and investigation of how many mobulid rays are being caught in the province of Antique, a long skinny coastal province in the Philippines whose rich waters are known to host dugongs, manta and mobula rays, whale sharks, and migratory fish of all kinds, but is remote and has had very few people study the fisheries there.