BBKSDA PAPUA BARAT SITA RATUSAN KETAM KENARI DAN LEPAS LIARKAN DI KEPULAUAN FAM, RAJA AMPAT Dilaporkan Oleh: Mohamad Rizki Riadhi* dan Maikel Sada** Ditulis Oleh: Nikka Gunadharma*** Berawal dari... Read More →
As an effort to preserve Raja Ampat’s natural resources through the implementation of environmental-friendly principles of sustainable tourism, stakeholders collaborated in organizing training... Read More →
PELATIHAN DAN KELAS KONSERVASI UNTUK PEMANDU WISATA DAN PELAKU USAHA HOMESTAY DI RAJA AMPAT Dilaporkan Oleh: Bertha Matatar* & Rens Lewerissa** Disunting Oleh: Nikka Gunadharma*** Sebagai... Read More →
Patrol Update from Raja Ampat’s Marine Park Authority September, 2021 Updated by: Allan Fredrik Ramandey* With Bali preparing to open its international flight in (hopefully) October, and with the... Read More →
PELEPASLIARAN SATWA ENDEMIK PAPUA BARAT DAN LOKAKARYA PENEGAKAN HUKUM KONSERVASI SUMBER DAYA ALAM DAN EKOSISTEM, SERTA PENCEGAHAN PEREDARAN TSL DILINDUNGI Dilaporkan Oleh: Nikka Gunadharma***... Read More →
RELEASE OF WEST PAPUA’S ENDEMIC FAUNA, WORKSHOP ON LAW ENFORCEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ECOSYSTEM’S CONSERVATION LAWS, AND PREVENTION OF PROTECTED FLORA AND FAUNA from ILLEGAL TRAFFICKING... Read More →
WORLD CLEANUP DAY: BBKSDA PAPUA BARAT BERSAMA MITRA BERSIHKAN TAMAN WISATA ALAM SORONG Dilaporkan Oleh: Nikka Gunadharma Taman Wisata Alam (TWA) Sorong memiliki nilai ekologis yang tinggi. Selain... Read More →
WORLD CLEANUP DAY: WEST PAPUA OFFICE OF CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES* AND CO. CLEANUP SORONG NATURE PARK Reported by: Nikka Gunadharma*** Sorong Nature Park** possesses a high ecological... Read More →
With the extension of travel restrictions due to the Covid-19’s pandemic in Indonesia, especially for Java and Bali (after seeing some slight increase earlier this year), tourism activities in... Read More →
Administrators note: This will be the first in a series of articles about Zebra (Leopard) sharks and the plans for recovering their population in Raja Ampat. Zebra sharks (Stegostoma tigrinum),... 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!