Please take a moment to check out the new OceansWatch North America Blog site at http://blogs.oceanswatch.org/north-america where we are posting every day about activities from our team in Belize. OWNA Director Sequoia Sun and OW Member Conservation Biologist Sara Aubery, along with OW Members Daniel Thee, Jim Gregory and the Leslie family, are working with many Belizean organizations every day to set up conservation and educational projects that you and other OceansWatch members and volunteers can join in to help preserve and maintain the Meso American Reef, Belize Marine Reserves, World Heritage Sites, Cayes and marine habitat in Belize which is among both the richest and most threatened in the world.
We are setting up partnerships with people and organizations all over Belize for OW and our members to join in and participate in multiple projects: Planting Mangroves, taking school children on field trips out to the Cayes and Marine Reserves, teaching young people to swim, snorkel and scuba dive, making and installing demarcation buoys for the boundaries of the Marine Reserves, installing and maintaining yacht moorings, cultivating coral polyps, monitoring fish and reef health and conditions, and many more opportunities await any and all members who would like to come to Belize to get involved in helping to preserve the reefs, Cayes and waters.
Please email to email@example.com if you might like to join in on our next trip here in April or May and please visit the Blog site frequently and leave any comments for us to read.
We will be posting more info on the blog site and web site every day or two to keep current with projects, plans and developments so stay tuned and track what is going on if you care and want to help.
Cheers from Belize,
Sequoia Sun, OceansWatch North America