Nature Seychelles’ Reef Rescuers have been outplanting corals on degraded reefs since the beginning of the year. A member of the team, Athina Antoine, tells us, in her own words, why she finds so much joy in this activity. "We dive not to escape life, but for life not to escape us,” a famous quote says.
What creatures are stirring at night as you sleep? From owls with their exceptional vision to bats with their sophisticated sonar systems, some animals have developed features that make them well-suited to night-time lifestyles. They play a crucial role in their respective ecosystems, as they help nature balance by preying on other animals or consuming plants. Let's look at some of our nocturnal neighbours.
A video posted on Nature Seychelles' Facebook page, in which a Hawksbill turtle was rescued, has captivated a large audience both locally and around the globe. As of the time of writing, the video has received over 16 million views, close to 1 million reactions, 12 thousand comments, and 27 thousand shares!
This year's World Wildlife Day theme is "Partnerships for Conservation." Partnerships are at the core of our efforts to save endangered wildlife at Nature Seychelles. Through these collaborations, spectacular results for wildlife conservation have been achieved.
Nature Seychelles has successfully field-tested a turtle nest monitoring prototype co-designed with a Seychellois technology company, OceanLabs Seychelles, during this turtle season. OceanLabs developed and assembled the prototype in Seychelles.