Here are a few Pictures of abandoned fishing nets we have removed from the Local Island Reefs over the past few weeks. It’s important to remove them otherwise they will kill fish and Corals.
As you can see a Turtle is a very sustainable eater! It only takes one or two bites out of a Coral because it does know that it will grow back and provide her with more food, instead of eating all at once and killing the Coral and obviously her food source! If only humans […]
Watch the video to learn about some facts of the juvenile Brownbanded Bamboo shark (Chiloscyllium-punctatum).
Abandoned Fishing Net removal at our Local Islands Koh Sii. 5 Divers have been 3h on the Job to remove it completely. The net stuck in Corals and it wasn’t easy to remove it without breaking our fragile Corals. Some of the entangled Fish and Crabs we had to remove on the Boat since it […]
PDC1 is back in her natural environment. She turned out really beautiful! A few more days preparing and we are good to go.
We found a Ghost Net at Koh Deng it was entangled into Staghorn Corals and not easy to take off but we managed to remove all of it! Thanks and a big shout out to Projects Abroad Volunteers.
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 Ocean Quest, Sea Shepherd Dive, Projects Abroad and the Hat Noppharat Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park to counter […]
Discover Scuba Diving and refresher Course at Ao Nang Local Islands.
We 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.