The second school awareness tour in the Australes is ending. Thanks to the support of Pew Polynesia and our animators, the various maritime management plans and their importance are now known to the school. Thus, all of them are aware of the positive impact those plans might have been achieved, for example, a ” Rahul […]
Thank you to Hervé Boissin of the Louis Mallardé Institute for organizing the visit of our care center by the world’s leading mosquito specialists. They were abble to receive informations about our turtle residents and received turtle booklets. These specialists went to Polynesia for a congress on the Gump research station in Moorea.
On October 12, we released two green turtles. Muto’i (“police officer” in Tahitian) is a green turtle that was seized last August by the gendarmes of Moorea in an individual where she waited returned on the back before being cooked. She was at the side of another turtle, of which only the plastron (underside of […]
Luce was found stuck at the bottom of its nest in Tetiaroa in March 2016. It was covered with small wounds caused by crabs and coral fragments, and was unable to swim. After some months spent in our care centre, its health condition improved a lot and it was placed in our rehabilitation lagoon in […]
This week, we launch the project Hei moana, the sentinels of the ocean! It targets anyone interested in marine worldand who would like to get involved in its protection. Our first ever eco-sentinel training, free and open to all, will take place this Saturday, October 7th at the InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa, from 9 am to […]