Conservation and Environment in Fiji: Monthly Updates
Monthly Updates from 2015
Throughout 2015, the Projects Abroad Fiji Shark Conservation Project successfully deployed 96 BRUVs and conducted 336 survey dives.
The project has been very successful during the months of September and October, as a lot has been achieved. Vinaka to our volunteers for their hard work over the last two months!
It has been another wonderful two months for the Shark Conservation project in Fiji. Although we have experienced bad weather, our volunteers have done a lot of great work.
It was a great two months here at the Shark Conservation project. The weather hasn't been ideal here in Pacific Harbour but we are all at the mercy of Mother Nature and there's nothing that we can do about it. Our volunteers and staff are to be commended for not letting the weather deter them from completing and participating in their respective projects.
Another fantastic two months at the Shark Conservation Project in Fiji! For the last two months our volunteers have been participating in shark tagging with the University of the South Pacific in order to try identify nursery grounds for scalloped hammerhead sharks in Rewa River.
What a great first two months here at The Shark Conservation Project. Even though we have been going through a transition period with the change over in staff, our new recruits have been passionate and have worked extremely hard to ensure that everything progressed as normally as possible.