Entries in beach conservation (5)

Monday
Nov232015

What a Load of Rubbish: The Problems of the Platisphere 

A group of marine biologists stand in full protective gear surveying the scene in front of them, which is something of a mess. The 15-meter long sperm whale carcass, which is draped across the Tainan coastline, would be a cause for attention on most days, but this whale is about to achieve a level of notoriety that most others have not. It is full of plastic. 

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Monday
Jul212014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Katie Worsdall

Another Monday means another wonderful photo from around the world. Our pick of the week is this stunning image of a dolphin taken by Katie Worsdall whilst on Frontier's Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtle Conservation project.

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Monday
Jun022014

Volunteer Photo of the Week: Charlie Wheeler

Charlie Wheeler took this photo in the ocean surrounding Mafia Island, whilst on Frontier's Madagascar Marine Conservation and Diving.

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Monday
Oct082012

Photo of the Week

Sophie Thompson brings us a brilliant shot of this sea turtles first foray into the ocean. The little hatchling was seen on Frontier's Tanzania Marine Conservation & Diving project. Congratulations Sophie on being chosen as this week's winner, be sure to check the Frontier Official Facebook page at the end of the month when readers will have the chance to vote for their October photo favourite!

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Friday
Jul132012

Project of the Week: Cambodia Island Conservation

Officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, this is a country with immense but largely unmeasured biodiversity. Carry out important survey work by joining a beach or marine conservation project working with previously unchartered flora and fauna and take in the country’s regal charm.

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