Henry Appelton: MOVIE NIGHT!
Who does not enjoy a good nature documentary? Nobody! At least this is the case on Saturday nights at the project site of LAMAVE’s Bohol fisheries project. Every Saturday we erect our home-made screen and set up a projector to show a documentary to the local community and thank them for their kind assistance in our fieldwork. Documentary themes range from coral reefs and open oceans to forests or the Poles. We hope to inspire an appreciation of the environment and it’s an opportunity to broaden horizons by seeing far off locations and amazing species, providing an escape from typical daily life in a small fishing village.
Nathat Ledger: TOP GEAR CROSSED WITH SCIENCE AND NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
I joined the LAMAVE BRUV Project sometime near the end of March after a friend (out here on the Otter Project) messaged me on Facebook telling me of a last minute space on the project if I was interested, it took all of 2 seconds to make up my mind so I quit my job and in 2 weeks just about managed to get myself ready for the biggest and most spontaneous trip of my life so far.
Marcus Parker: THE ONE, THE ONLY, THE MOTHER
Thank you for stopping by. What I am going to discuss next may shock and astound you. The faint of heart are advised to take their seats now.
Cherry Lee: HOW THE OCEANS, AND I, STRUGGLE WITH PLASTIC
Of all the places that I have lived the most, loved the most, the Philippines holds a special place in my heart. In a provincial seaside town in Southern Visayas, I spent 2 months as a volunteer studying whale sharks with LAMAVE.