The Bird’s Head Seascape website gets a fresh, new look! This ultimate resource guide for the Raja Ampat-Cenderawasih Bay-Triton Bay regions is packed full of indispensible traveler info. An absolute must for travelers, snorkelers, divers, photographers and scientists.
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Jennifer Penner recently wrote a short article, accompanied by wide-angle images, sharing her and Joel’s experience visiting and photographing Raja Ampat, Indonesia for the very first time. Read about their trip, and why they can’t wait to return to this lush and vibrant marine biodiverse place!
In Cenderawasih Bay, in the Bird’s Head Seascape region of Indonesia, a small group of whale sharks reside. Observing these behemoth fish can assist scientists in learning more about these gentle giants. The BHS website now has a feature whereby a whale shark lover can report a sighting of an already ID’d whale shark or upload a photo of a potentially new whale shark to the region.
Manta lovers can now get involved in manta conservation in the Bird’s Head Seascape region of Indonesia. By reporting a sighting of an already identified manta, uploading a photo of a potentially new manta to the region or adopting a manta, these are all features of the Manta ID Database.
Newmediasoup LLC launches a new web site! birdsheadseascape.com
This web site is the ultimate resource for anyone traveling to this specific region in Indonesia. Rich with maps, photos, videos and articles related to the area, it is a complete guide for those on holiday, conservationists on assignment or scientists interested in the bio-diversity of the area.