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Chocó, at the Pacific Coast of Colombia

At the Pacific Coast where rainforest and sea are side to side, the home of the Afro-Colombian communities, amazing tours through nature and the place where you find the best fish dishes. 1,500 more words


Mangroves partner with rats in China

Many of us have seen firsthand the havoc that invasive plants can wreak on ecosystems.  We are accustomed to think of native plants as unable to defend themselves, much like a skinny little kid surrounded by a group of playground bullies. 860 more words


Hdh Nolhivaranfaru Bodukulhi: State of Mangrove Series

The spectacular island, lagoon and reef of HDh Nolhivaranfaru is home to some of the most stunning sunsets, mesmerizing beaches and a beautiful mangrove. This island which experienced population consolidation in the past with people of HDh Faridhoo, Kunburudhoo and Maavaidhoo, is also the resting spot of the Atoll Chief of Northern Atolls in the 16th century Edhurukaleyfaanu. 646 more words


Mapping Biological Diversity: Day 6

Comparable to coconut in terms of its versatility and generosity when it comes to providing tremendous benefits to us, today’s species is Nipa!

Click the green pin (Day 6) to know more about this palm. 45 more words

Mapping Biological Diversity

Everglades Airboat Tour

Over a few trips we have tossed around doing an airboat tour.  The family always thought it would be fun but generally I could not find one at a cost I was happy with. 267 more words

Trip Reviews

Land use change on mangrove forest conservation of Kelumpang Bay nature reserve, South Kalimantan - JBES

Mufidah Asyari, Udiansyah, BagyoYanuwiadi, M. Luthfi Rayes

Doctoral Program of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya, Malang, 65145, Indonesia

Faculty of Forestry, University of Lambung Mangkurat, Banjarmasin, 70123, Indonesia… 303 more words


Cape Tribulation

During the winter months Vaughn decided we needed a holiday in a part of Australia we hadn’t yet visited, so we booked to go to Cape Tribulation, an hour or so’s drive north of Port Douglas, where the Daintree rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef. 666 more words