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Seychelles Sea Turtle Festival 2016

This year saw the 4th annual Seychelles Sea Turtle Festival (SSTF) take place in Beau Vallon on the north of Mahé. The festival sees a collaborative effort, created by a group of like-minded individuals, with various research and conservation organisations in Seychelles coming together to help raise awareness of these fantastic creatures that can be found […]

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Turtly terrific time!

Seychelles Sea Turtle Festival 2015 Who doesn’t love a festival? Especially when it’s celebrating the sea turtles of Seychelles. For the third year WiseOceans, alongside Four Seasons Resort Seychelles attended the Seychelles Sea Turtle Festival  packed with turtly awesome arts and crafts and turtly tasty turtle meringues! The festival is a team effort from not […]

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Second Anniversary

The 15th January 2014 marked the second anniversary of the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, WiseOceans, and the Seychelles Ministry of Energy and the Environment. This collaboration has meant we have been monitoring, checking and assessing coral health and growth in Petite Anse where we have Marine Educators based.  All the information […]

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Twelve Days of Fishmas!

For Christmas this year our WiseOceans Marine Educators put together an alternative 12 days of Christmas – a 12 days of fishmas if you will.  Of course we couldn’t’ resist throwing in some great festive fishy facts too – you can learn whilst you sing! On the first day of Christmas WiseOceans gave to me, […]

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Vets help save paradise islands’ wildlife

Vets help save paradise islands’ wildlife Video: http://bit.ly/1y9rwhv Pictures for downloading: http://bit.ly/1rM2H9F The Big Give Christmas Challenge project site (to donate through): http://bit.ly/1wr0MDj Fund-raising this week through The Big Give Christmas Challenge will help save some of the Indian Ocean islands’ rarest creatures from the threat of extinction. A British veterinary charity Wildlife Vets International […]

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