On Saturday 25th April 2015 there is an opportunity to Dive Against Debris in the picturesque gullys of Mevagissey, Cornwall for an Underwater Litter Pick. Meeting at 11am
We will be based in the small carpark behind the harbour office. Please note, there will be no room for parking here, but parking is available in the car park on the opposite side of the harbour after unloading.
ExplorOcean, a non-profit, ocean-based science center in Newport Beach, CA, is pleased to announce that we are hosting our first Dive Against Debris event! Please join us on June 13th at our underwater (and coastal for those who have land-lubber loved ones!) clean-up event.
Beginning in mid-2015, Ocean Sanctuaries will begin a citizen science marine life survey of the Canadian warship Yukon, sunk off the coast of San Diego in 2000, to act as an artificial reef. Since 2000, numerous species of marine life have made the Yukon their home and a second baseline survey would be useful. The first baseline survey was done by the San Diego Oceans Foundation in 2004.
--Watch this space in the coming weeks for more information on how to participate.
This Beach Clean up is designed as the Independance Day Fire works clean up. As it is dark when the fire works go off and the party ends there is normally residiual debris left on the beach that will end up in the ocean this will be a full day event going around Kauai to all firework desinations. Join one in your area or join us for the day of traveling around the island to help clean up and keep our island clean and our ocean debris free.
These expeditions have been created to offer the best experience ever with the animals observed, in a totally respectful manner to the animals and their environment, with very high standard courses but comprehensible to anyone, in the best locations and in the best periods of the year. The participants encounter animals in their habitat and learn about biology, ecology and ethology of these predators. All guests can get in the water with animals as there is no scuba qualification required.