Raising Awareness for Orcas in Captivity Worldwide
FEIFISH (pronounced fay-fish), inspired by nature, from tranquil forests to the boundless oceans, offers fun, creative, and unique jewelry in a vast array of designs. These whimsical pieces draw from the sea, coastal resorts, animals, and landscapes; find adorable sea otters hanging from beaded bracelets or an octopus clinging to a necklace.
Adventure awaits the eager explorer in Missouri as the natural world shines on her beauty. Missouri beckons the adventurer with everything from bustling city life to underwater caves filled with mysterious pasts. This Midwestern state, covered by grassy plains and the forested Ozark Mountains boasts an incredible array of outdoor activities whether hiking, biking, or just taking in the breathtaking scenery.
Lake Erie Technical Wreck Diving Guide by veteran wreck explorer and researcher Erik Petkovic unveils 19 of the estimated 2,000 shipwrecks that dot the lake’s floor, providing highly detailed accounts that cover every spectrum of every dive destination. How deep does the Sir C T van Straubenzee reach? For what purpose was the John J. Boland constructed and when did she sink? Is the Acme still intact and what is the best way to reach her? Which dives are must-dos and which are duds?
Your world becomes eerily silent; your heartbeat your companion as it beats slowly; your body calm, bubbles occasionally escaping as they rush to the surface; this is the beginning. You watch the fish when suddenly a dark shadow envelopes you, the light dim, your heart beating faster; a shark. The fish once calm exit hastily leaving only you, your dive buddies, and...
When divers go deep, the absolute splendor of underwater exploration comes to the fore: past shorelines and shallow lakes, divers thrill in discovering reaches that few people have even dreamed of.
For decades, Save the Manatee Club, a non-profit organization operating out of Maitland, Florida, has safeguarded, observed, and shared the lives of manatees: gentle seafaring giants iconic to the southeastern United States. Showcasing the Sirenia is the club’s annual calendar: a 13-page spread of serene sea cows in their natural, delicate environment. Review by John Tapley; sample imagery courtesy...
This report summarizing some of the highlights of the Halifax conference. It is written from the perspective of a conservationist attending a science conference.
Situated on northeastern Canada’s coastline, Nova Scotia is one of the country’s most stunningly beautiful provinces: with rolling hills, verdant forests, tranquil rivers, and a vibrant community sharped by maritime history, it’s no small wonder where “New Scotland” gets its namesake. Nova Scotia is a playground for shipwreck enthusiasts, a shining beacon for maritime historians, and a wonderland for anyone seeking adventures both rustic and cosmopolitan. And with 4,660 miles of coastline, and nearly 4,000 small islands, the crown jewel of eastern Canada offers exploration and adventure in all flavors.
How many times have you looked at an underwater image and thought “I wish I could do that,” or “If I had that kind of camera gear, I could get the same images?” Let’s be honest, if you are an underwater photographer and you are like most of us, that thought has crossed your mind more than once.