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Sunken Conservation

Sunken Conservation Three mini stories showing the efforts to create, maintain reefs and the invasion of lionfish off Florida shores. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Aquatica, Artificial Reefs, Cameras, Conservation, Divetalking, Earth, Education, Featured, Fish, Lionfish, ocean, Preservation, Promotions, Recognition, Reefs, Turtles, Video

NE Florida’s Newest Artificial Reef

The day began at 3AM for the crew of Anger Management, Salonen Marine’s tug. Leaving from Moody’s shipyard Jacksonville Florida, their destination was the NE Corner of a permitted area known as Floyd’s Folly. Floyd’s Folly sits about 20nm SE of Jacksonville’s jetties (The mouth of the St. Johns river) and 12 miles from the shore of Ponte Vedra. The tug is pushing a barge with approximately 800+ tons of concrete culverts, and pilings which will be used for NE Florida’s newest artificial reef. The new reef will join two others in the near vicinity placed in 2009 and 2011 respectively creating a triangle of artificial reefs, convenient in location to divers, fishermen and fisherwomen. We are calling the area of the three reefs, “The Triad.” The Action News 30 film crew, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Artificial Reefs, Boats, Divetalking, Dolphin, Education, Events, Featured, ocean, Photography, Preservation, Promotions, Recognition, Reefs, Reference, Report, Video, Volunteer, Wrecks

Short Video of the Devils Eye System, Ginnie Springs, Florida, USA

A short video of Devils Eye Cave System, Ginnie Springs, Florida … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cave, Cavern, Divetalking, Earth, Education, Featured, Video

Muck Diving – Lembah Indonesia

Filed under: Divetalking, Earth, Featured, Indonesia, ocean, Photography, Reefs, Video

Reef Cleanup January 12, 2013 off Jacksonville Florida

Reef Cleanup January 12, 2013 off Jacksonville Florida Here is another rendition of the site. TISIRI … Read entire article »

Filed under: Artificial Reefs, Diver, Divetalking, Earth, Events, Featured, Fish, ocean, Open Water, Preservation, Reefs, Reference, Report, Video

Narcosis Found

On November, 18 2012 I receive a notice that Narcosis has been found. [singlepic id=818 w=320 h=240 float=center] Narcosis is a one foot female great white which lives in the Ginnie Cavern. She was introduced to Ginnie Springs in October, 2012 after her sister, Deco went missing. Narcosis is shy and will not bite. She hides in various locations within the Ginnie Spring. On this November day,  while diving the spring, John Kenney discovered Narcosis’ hiding place. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cavern, Contest, Diver, Divetalking, Events, Featured, Fish, Open Water, Photography, Promotions, Recognition, Reference, Report, Sharks, Springs, Stories, Video

My Shark Brief – Cay Sal Banks Bahamas

It has been a few years since I’ve visited Cay Sal Banks, Bahamas. Since Nekton closed it doors, finding a suitable organization that can provide the accommodations and amenities to live comfortably for a week is difficult. I have visited Cay Sal Banks three times. The Cay Sal Banks contains the highest number of blue holes anywhere in the world. My first two visits to Cay Sal was just to dive. I was not into UW Video or Photography, as I am today. The last time I visited Cal Sal, 2009 I brought my HD UW Video rig along to film the sharks. The first two visits, the variety and abundance of sharks was impressive. To be in the water with sharks swimming all around you, some skimming over your head by … Read entire article »

Filed under: Earth, Education, ocean, Preservation, Reefs, Reference, Report, Sharks, Stories, Trip Report, Video

Show your support by displaying Divetalkings official logo

Show your support by displaying Divetalkings official logo

Displaying the Official Divetalking Logo shows you are committed to marine life conservation, preservation and protection. Contact lars2923@divetalking.com to have your high resolution logo emailed to you. Display it at your website. Print it on letter head and attach it to emails to let others know you are affiliated with the organization acting as the worlds protagonist in ocean conservation, protection and awareness. Become an official representative today. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Artificial Reefs, Conservation, Dolphin, Earth, Featured, ocean, Promotions, Reefs, Reference, Report, Rescue, SeaLions, Sharks, Shrimp, Stories, Training, Travel, Video, Volunteer, Whales, Whaleshark, Wrecks

Killer whale possibly killed by U.S. military explosion

Killer whale possibly killed by U.S. military explosion

Military tests off Washington killed at least one orca, scientist suspects Some U.S. scientists believe a killer whale that washed up off the coast of Washington last month might have been killed by a military explosion. The three-year-old female orca was a member of L-pod, a group that lives in Canadian waters during the summer months. The killer whale’s carcass washed ashore at Long Beach, Wash., Feb. 11. A necropsy found the marine mammal died from highly unusual injuries. ‘Chances … Read entire article »

Filed under: Fish, ocean, Video, Whales

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