Today is #EarthDay I hope our oceans get a break too from over-fishing and exploiting resources. Unfortunately I have the strange gut feeling fishing vessels use this as an advantage to themselves….no or very few controls! It is too important and beautiful to loose!!!
Even for a small amount of abandoned fishing net you need a long time to cut out and rescue entangled marine life!
We’ve found an illegally set Fishing cage right on our reefs inside the Marine National Park. So we freed the Fish and removed it! Fishing as well as Fish cages are not allowed inside the Marine National Park! We hope we’ll still find some fish after the Pandemic is over….. Thank you very much to […]
We’ve removed all the abandoned fishing net on a permanent anchor rope! Permanent Anchor Buoys are important for boats to hang on and not throw their anchors into a reef where they destroy Corals! They need to be maintained which is one of our Projects we do here in the National Park
Corals are an important part of our Reefs! Unfortunately due to many impacts like trawler fishing, anchor dropping, people standing on them, high water temperatures and untreated waste water, Corals suffer. We have partnered up with Projects Abroad, Ocean Quest, Sea Shepherd Dive and the Hat Noppharat Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park to counter […]