Entries in #conservation (21)

Thursday
Mar302017

Friendly  Fijians

I’ve been the Project Coordinator for Frontier Fiji Marine for just over a month now, and the one thing that I’m constantly amazed by is the friendliness and generosity of Fijian people.

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Tuesday
Mar212017

Training With The New  AROs

This week on camp has been very training focussed with our Research Assistants successfully completing their Open Water and Advanced Open Water PADI dive training (enjoying beautiful reefs and deep sea wrecks as they did).

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Tuesday
Mar072017

Mangroves

Apart from being astonishing organisms in terms of the adaptations that they have managed to evolve in order to adapt to life in the harsh intertidal environment, mangroves don’t fail to amaze when one considers the role that they play in nature. A lot of fish start out their life in the mangrove forests.

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Thursday
Mar022017

Beqa  Diving

I arrived in Fiji after being in Australia for a month. By complete coincidence, I met someone doing the same project as me, for the same amount of time that I was in the airport.

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Tuesday
Jan312017

Beach Conservation And Open Water Training

The first thing that I noticed as soon as I touched down in Fiji was the huge change of pace to the life that I am used to, which I am very grateful for.

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