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Swordy presentation this Thursday!

sfcWe'll be presenting to the Swordfish Club in Paihia this Thursday to talk about the Fish Forever campaign with our recreational fishers.

Presenters include: Julie Kidman (chair) and guest speakers Vince Kerr and Dr Roger Grace. Should be an interesting evening.

Support from Bay of Islands Underwater Club

boiucAbsolutely delighted to receive this letter of support from John Dawn on behalf of the Bay of Islands Underwater Club.

No fish, no birds

Myra Larcombe, nee Lane, ran the launch service prior to the Fuller's operation; she has lived in the Bay for most of her life and we should heed her wise words. The letter below ran in the Bay Chronicle on 11/11/2010. We hope to obtain an oral history of her experience of abundance of birds and fish in the bay in time's past.

Last Fish Supper (article NZ Herald)

The last fish supper
By Anna Hart
5:30 AM Wednesday Oct 20, 2010

For years, we've considered fish to be a healthier, more eco-minded alternative to red meat and chicken, but today this has been called into doubt. Anna Hart finds out how we can enjoy seafood without a side-helping of guilt ...

Why we need no-take zones by Roger Grace

kina-barrenKnow what a kina barren is? Want to have Fish Forever? This two part presentation is a great place to start. Thanks to Dr Roger Grace, marine biologist extraordinaire.

An uncontrolled experiment

catherine-jochen-mobyThis 10-minute documentary by Ezra Simons features Fish Forever team members Jochen Zaeschmar and Catherine Langford, and life-long residents of the Bay, Peter Clarke and Myra Larcombe. The subject, predictably enough, is overfishing and what we need to do to rectify the balance.

Underwater astonishments

octopuschangecolorA short bewitching video showing you how underwater creatures use light, patterns and texture to camouflage their real intent.

One Fish, Two Fish: Monitoring Marine Protected Areas

tuna-boatReal time monitoring of marine protected areas off the coast of California. This is an unusual crew, a blend of rough handed fishermen and conservation biologists working together. The object is to get a baseline of what is currently living in the MPAs and surrounding areas. In a couple years, and moving forward, scientists can return and survey the same areas to see how, or if, the MPAs are working.

10 years - Experiencing Marine Reserves

emrA celebration of the Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) programme over the last 10 years, showcasing its growth, development and achievements. Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) provides quality first-hand marine education experiences and initiatives to schools and communities throughout New Zealand.

 

Like more fish? Us too.

vid-chrisCheck out this charming short movie Like More Fish? narrated by Chris Richmond with Vicky Froude as diver exploring the rich diversity of marine life at Kapiti Marine Reserve. 

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