Jim Black is a retired military and commercial pilot whose passion is underwater photography. Jim enjoys “the hunt” for marine critters, especially nudibranchs and flatworms. To see more of his images go to Maps>West Waigeo, then click on the map pin for THE PASSAGE and scroll the site’s image gallery. Jim is also a frequently contributor to Mike Miller’s (Slugsite)
Announcing our Reef Guardian our newest BHS Partner. Read all about the great work they are doing for the people of Raja Ampat, Indonesia https://bit.ly/3TGULnL
Wondering where the heck is Fakfak? This is the first of a series of reports on the results of our survey of discovery. Lots to share! Follow the link...
Why are lionfish such a Beauty in the Indo-Pacific and such a Beast in the Atlantic.
What we eat matters. What we choose to eat is a luxury. Fish will always be a part of the world's diet. How we fish is what matters. This article will inform you on the pros and cons of fishing.