The Bird's Head Seascape, a rich repository of the world’s most diverse marine life, rare birds, mammals, insects and plants, comprises 183,000 square kilometers, encompassing over 100 villages in West Papua, Indonesia.
Dr. Gerry Allen lives to Dive and Count Fish, Part 1 This is the first of a three-part interview with Dr. Gerald Allen, one of the world’s foremost ichthyologists. Gerry dives frequently in the... Read More →
Nude Revelations: A few surprises in nudibranch behavior by MENNO SCHILTHUIZEN I once watched an Irish mollusk researcher, in a fit of slug chauvinism, try to convince an audience of biologists... Read More →
New MMAF-CI-SEAA manta tagging program launched by Mark Erdmann September marks the official launch of a new nation-wide manta ray tagging program led by the Ministry of Marine Affairs and... Read More →
Cruising the Raja Ampat region in Indonesia Part 1, by Mike Veitch Appropriately known as “The Bird’s Head Peninsula”, due to its uncanny resemblance to a large bird, Indonesia’s West Papua... Read More →
Presiden Yudhoyono : Raja Ampat Indah..Datanglah Kembali Nanti by Wida Sulistyaningrum/Conservation International Sail Raja Ampat sudah berlalu tetapi ceritanya belum juga habis dibahas.... Read More →