The Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Program (MAR Leadership) is a joint initiative operated by the Mexican Fund for the Conservation with support from the Summit Foundation. MAR Leadership seeks to accelerate conservation impacts in the Mesoamerican Reef Ecoregion by strengthening the capacities of outstanding local leaders capable of developing innovative and replicable conservation projects. The main […]
Teaser from the Yucatan RAVE, August- November 2009
How long will it last before the hungry developers begin to consume this quiet side of Cozumel?
The Yucatan RAVE, the 7th to be carried out by the iLCP, is the largest one to date.
Sunsets will happen until the end of the world. Until the earth ceases to orbit the sun. Long after we have exhausted all of the oceans resources, the colors will still be there, but will they still hold the same power over us?
Did you know that there is a link between sea birds and coral reefs?
Just as a bat cave, I found it quite impressive, thousands and thousands of bats flow out of the mouth at dusk, into the blue hour. But the best of course were the snakes.
Our time in the Caral was short, but I felt happy that we had managed to capture the first photos of some rare and endemic species.
We dropped anchor in deep blue water. For the first time we were diving in a place too deep to see the bottom.
The highest taxi registration number we saw was 758, but Robert says there are over 1500 taxi permits issued. This for an island only 250 square miles, the vast majority of which is unpopulated.