After the awesome success of our first clean up dive, Sam's Tours is having a second Dive Against Debris. The work done two week ago has made a good dent in the rubbish off our docks, but there is still much more to get cleaned up.
Once again, we are hosting a Dive Against Debris clean up this Saturday, January 31 from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and help us clean up our waters.
DIVE ARMY, thanks to Rainbow Reef Dive Center will be doing an AWARE Dive Against Debris on Molasses Reef in Key Largo, Florida on Monday February 2, 2015 at 12:00. We will be diving in two locations to help keep our reefs clean. We will dive Molasses Deep and also the space between Sand Island and North Star. These two sites have been selected because of their potential to be ignored.
Un año más nos embarcamos con los amigos de Blue Force a la búsqueda de tiburones centrando este año en localizar a los esquivos tiburón tigre y martillo gigante. Aprende con nosotros la biología y costumbre de los escualos y cómo y porqué debemos proteger a estos majestuosos animales!!
Dive against Debris : Since this beach open 6 years ago and it attracts alot of people and for that it was never cleaned .. we noticed many cans and few tires under water while diving and we collected what we could but still many more .. and for that we like to plan a big survey and clean the big and nice beach which is full of aquatic life ..
Since 2012 we have been developing an initiative named the ‘Fin Whale Project’, which aims to study and preserve fin whales as they pass along the Catalan coast (between Barcelona and Tarragona; Spain). It is an extraordinary undiscovered phenomenon that takes place each spring, from February to June. During this period, not only are we able to observe a high presence of fin whales, but also other species of cetaceans and many species of seabirds.