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Rare birds, mammals, insects and plants

The world’s most diverse marine life

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.
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Amazing New Mommon Divesite by Burt Jones

Amazing New Mommon Divesite-“Batu Cantik” S 03 56.492  E 132 48.229 by Burt Jones As group leaders specializing in Indonesia and the Bird’s Head Seascape, Maurine and I are...
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Supporting Coastal Conservation and Community Development in Kaimana, Indonesia by valuing Blue Carbon by Jennifer Howard

Supporting Coastal Conservation and Community Development in Kaimana, Indonesia by valuing Blue Carbon by Jennifer Howard What is blue carbon? Mangrove ecosystems provide a range of ecosystem...
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“Don’t Leave Home Without It” by Burt Jones

“Don’t Leave Home Without It” by Burt Jones My most recent trip to the BHS aboard the MV Pindito was nearly a photographic disaster. You see, I “left home without it”. No, not my American...
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Money Talks – Paying for Conservation by Matt Fox, CI Indonesia

Money Talks – Paying for Conservation Matt Fox, CI Indonesia A group of Indonesians recently braved the 40-hour journey from Jakarta to Quito, Ecuador to talk conservation finance. Paying...
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Goby baru bernama Gubernur Papua Barat Abraham Atururi by Mark Erdmann

Goby baru bernama Gubernur Papua Barat Abraham Atururi by Mark Erdmann Mark Erdmann adalah Wakil Presiden CI untuk Asia Pacific Marine Program, sekarang berbasis di Auckland setelah 23 tahun di...
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