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Bonaire – Always Something New

Bonaire – Always Something New

Forty-two years now I have been going to Bonaire—an arid mountain tip of a southern Caribbean island with the best shore diving on the planet. The rocky 25-mile stretch of her protected western coastline grants us the rare freedom to access marine life on our own terms. And best yet, even after 30 extended visits spanning four decades Anna and I are only beginning to scratch the surface of what the island’s waters have to … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bonaire, Coral Spawning

Little Game Hunting Dominica Style

Little Game Hunting Dominica Style

Dominica July/August 2011 – It is as pretty a setup for critter hunting as can be imagined: two weeks exploring the southwestern shore of Dominica with the Wilk family of ReefNet fame along with Ben Victor, a larval fish scientist with a penchant for gobies and blennies. Although Anna and I have collaborated with Les and Any Wilk and sons Kris and Keri on numerous projects, and have long mined Ben’s notable taxonomic knowledge for details, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Dominica

Pike Blennies, Gecko Gobies, Horn Sharks and Sea Lions in the Sea of Cortez

Pike Blennies, Gecko Gobies, Horn Sharks and Sea Lions in the Sea of Cortez

July 2009 – Northern Sea of Cortez  July 11, 2009 Phoenix, Arizona Gary Lewis, from the Academy of Scuba is our escort to from the Phoenix Airport to Puerto Penasco, Mexico, where we are to board the Rocio Del Mar, Baja’s newest liveaboard dive boat. I’m very happy to be in his care because the 13-step directions I had printed off when I thought Ned and I would be driving ourselves from Phoenix to the port … Read entire article »

Filed under: Sea of Cortez