Coral Monitoring With Reefscapers

Coral Monitoring With Reefscapers

Our Reefscapers teams have been working hard this month, maintaining and photographing our coral frames around the island lagoons.
Read about the environmental challenges we have been overcoming, and see the beauty and diversity of marine life on the natural reef and living amongst our coral frames.

Updates From Our Sea Turtle Teams

Updates From Our Sea Turtle Teams

We rescue a juvenile Olive Ridley Turtle, found entangled in a drifting ghost fishing net.
Enjoy some great photos of the latest Green Turtle graduates from our ‘head start programme’, and see how quickly they have grown.
Plus we visit a nearby island to investigate some turtle nests that might need protection.

Pollution In Our Oceans

Pollution In Our Oceans

This month we have an interesting article about global marine pollution, with some simple steps on how to help.
Thank you to the team at DIVEin.com for sharing their insights and thought-provoking infographic with us.
Learn just how serious the pollution problem is, and see why we should all be Reducing – Reusing – Recycling.

Emily’s Adventures – Chapter 1

Emily’s Adventures – Chapter 1

Enjoy the first chapter of Emily’s blog, as she starts her marine biology internship.
After a brief (magic) spell dressing up as ‘Snow White’, Emily pursues her interests in coral biology with our Reefscapers team.
She also enjoys some time on our guest excursions, with some exciting encounters both above and below the waves.

Roz’s Marine Biology Diary

Roz’s Marine Biology Diary

Follow Roz’s adventures on her internship here with us at Marine Savers. She gives marine biology presentations and helps with our guided snorkel safaris, to increase awareness of the fascinating wildlife here in Baa Atoll’s UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Roz also manages to find some free time to cross some interesting items from her bucket list …