Thanks to a drone survey after a green sea turtle nest hatching on Tetiaroa, we were able to capture images of predation… by an octopus! A first for our team that up to now had been able to film predation by sharks and big fishes’ predation but never by a cephalopod. Watch by following the […]
On April 1st, 2022, we had the pleasure of welcoming a new member on our team. Symphonie will be with us for 8 months under a civic service contract. She will help us with administrative tasks, education programs and guided visits. An excellent addition to our team. Welcome to Symphonie !
On Earth Day 2022, we launched a major awareness and education campaign around the issue of erosion and sand. Discover the articles published on this subject by the local medias: Many thanks to them for their support!
On the occasion of Earth Day celebrated every year on April 22nd, Te mana o te moana announces the launch of the 𝐇𝐄𝐈 𝐎𝐍𝐄 “The sand crown” project. This project aims to better understand the mechanism of erosion following the results of the Tetiaroa atoll study and to raise awareness on the damages related to […]
Last Friday, April 15th, 2022, the Ecomuseum Te Fare Natura organized events for World Art Day. A unique opportunity to celebrate art in all its forms. Te mana o te moana held a stand dedicated to promoting 17 years of artistic works created by children on various subjects related to the environment and sea turtles. Real […]