The European Space Agency (ESA) has unveiled a video of the island of Moorea in the form of a red heart that beats, to warn about global warming and to remind that the planet is alive that it is important to protect our ecosystem.
A baby green sea turtle who was just born swims in the lagoon of Tetiaroa, without forgetting to go back to the surface to take a breath. A touching moment! Thank you to our partners : Direction for the Environment of French Polynesia, Air Tahiti Nui, Tetiaroa Society, The Brando, Hinerava, Vilebrequin, Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco, Esri France, Van Oord […]
For nearly 8 months, Tetuanui Teahui, technician at the Sea turtle care center has taken care of our residents. She provides care, feeds, weights and measures them on a daily basis. The turtles of the association have no secrets for her! She also runs educational programs for young audiences and makes presentations on the Care […]
For 2 months, Te mana o te moana’s team in Tetiaroa had the pleasure of working alongside Dr. Jonathan Monsinjon, a scientist specializing on the effects of climate change on sea turtles. He has helped our teams on the ground to analyze the results of the data collected since 2011 on the temperature of the […]
A transplant session of coral cuttings was organized yesterday by our teams. Numerous coral cuttings were installed for a few months on the dedicated tables in the lagoon and had reached the right size for a transplant. Our volunteer and marine biologist Yann Follin took care of collecting the cuttings and putting them in place permanently. […]