BHS’s Chief Scientist takes his children (out of school) for a Whale Shark Holiday by Arnaz Mehta I’ve wanted to see a whale shark ever since I knew they existed. I think I was in my late... Read More →
This blog originally appeared in the Human Nature: Conservation International Blog. It is shared here with their permission. Editor’s note: To kick off Shark Week 2016, we’re bringing you the... Read More →
UNIPA (Universitas Papua) will be organizing an International Conference on Marine Biodiversity and Conservation of Bird’s Head Seascape. The conference will be held in Manokwari between... Read More →
Incorporating community aspirations into MPA planning in the global centre of marine biodiversity By Sangeeta Mangubhai Overexploitation of coastal resources is causing irrevocable changes in the... Read More →
Dark Clouds by Alex Lindbloom As we gently drifted around the picturesque Raja seascape, where gorgonian sea fans and lush soft coral cover every inch of the terrain, the water suddenly went dark... Read More →
BRUVs SHARK RESEARCH in RAJA AMPAT by Angela Beer Conservation International (CI)’s Mark Erdmann previously blogged about the Bird’s Head Seascape surpassing the milestone of 1750 reef fish... Read More →
Birds Head Seascape Success Recognised! In a fitting way to end a productive year in the West Papua Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS), we’re pleased to share some good news! In the recent Coral Triangle... Read More →
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... Read More →
Introducing the Bird’s Head Seascape Manta ID Database by Sarah Lewis Project Leader Indonesia – Manta Trust Founder – Indonesian Manta Project Teaming up with the Bird’s Head Seascape website... 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!