Waisai, 21st of July 2022. The ever-changing dynamics in managing protected areas inevitably needs adapting, without essentially deviating from the Management and Zoning Plans, set forth in the... Read More →
Waisai, 21 Juli 2022. Dinamika pengelolaan kawasan yang niscaya berubah tentunya memerlukan juga beragam adaptasi yang, meskipun esensinya tidak akan melenceng dari dokumen Rencana Pengelolaan... Read More →
Did you know that newborn reef manta rays (Mobula alfredi) – some of which can be found in Raja Ampat, West Papua – must live independently without parental care? Have you ever imagined how they... Read More →
Note: This is the 3rd article in the series. In September of 2021 we first introduced the ambitious StAR project, which will hopefully re-wild Raja Ampat with the charismatic Zebra Shark. The... Read More →
Artikel ini awalnya diterbitkan di The Conversation Indonesia (https://theconversation.com/ilmuwan-indonesia-buktikan-raja-ampat-jadi-taman-bermain-bayi-pari-manta-186383). Pertama di Dunia:... Read More →
The Science for Conservation team of the Research and Community Service Division of the State University of Papua (S4C LPPM UNIPA) has been conducting marine turtle monitoring and nest protection... Read More →
On a warm afternoon in early June, the speedboat, “Manta Ray”, tied up to Falaya’s jetty, close to Waisai, the capital of Raja Ampat. Of the four people onboard, three waited patiently until the... Read More →
Di 9 Juni lalu, speedboat bernama “Manta Ray” yang berawakkan empat orang itu merapat di Pelabuhan Falaya, Waisai. Salah satu awaknya, Imanuel Mofu, tampak berjalan agak cepat sembari membawa... Read More →
Communities from five Bird’s Head villages: Konda, Wamargege, Manelek, Bariat, and Nakna (all part of the Konda District, South Sorong Regency) gathered in Bariat on the 10th of May, 2022, to... Read More →
Zebra's Uncaged! These charismatic but virtually extirpated sharks now have a chance to repopulate their native habitat. Three years in the making with unprecedented international cooperation these sharks now swim free.
Who let the sharks out, Who Who? National Geographic was there so they know who! And today they released an online article about this precedented event. Follow the link. This is big news!