Pom Pom Island Resort Blog Rotating Header Image

Conservation of Sea turtles

*

~Sally’s Diary~

The Dive Staff were very happy to meet Amelia Ng, the marine biologist from Mataking and Gavin Jolis from WWF, Semporna.  They came to Pom Pom to  give a talk to our guests and staff about the  Sea Turtles and Conservation methods,  Sally gave a short talk beforehand about the Conservation efforts made by Pom Pom Island Resort then Gavin showed us a slide show giving lots of very helpful information.

~サリーの日記~

先日、ポンポン島にセンポルナのWWFスタッフ・ガビン、マタキン島のマリンバイオロジスト・アメリアが訪れ海亀の保護活動セミナーが行われました。ポンポン島ではダイブスタッフを中心に海亀保護活動に取り組んでいます。セミナーではまずサリーがポンポン島での活動について説明、その後ガビンがWWFの保護活動・海亀の生態系についてスライドショーで説明。とても良い勉強会になりました。

The next morning, we all walked round the island, and have started mapping out the turtle nesting zones.  This will help us to keep official records of the turtle nests and how successful they are.  At the moment, no scientists have any information for the sea turtles in this area, so along with Amelia Ng at Mataking, we will be the
first, which is very exciting.  If anyone wants any information about how we are getting on, please let us know.

翌朝、みんなで島歩きをして海亀の巣作りエリアを探索、簡単な地図作りを開始。これはポンポン島における海亀の生態系をつかむデータ作りに役立つと思うわ。今のところ、ポンポン島エリアの海亀の生態を知る専門家がいないのでアメリアと共に私達が最初の調査チームになるわね!私達の活動に興味のある方、どうぞご連絡くださいね。

turtle zone - Copy

Map of turtle nesting zone...zone 1 to zone 6

2 Comments

  1. chiemi says:

    Hello, Mr.Trigg !
    Thank you for visiting Pom Pom Blogs!!!
    Dive staff organize the turtles team for coming breeding season.
    I would like to show you lovely baby turtles, and I hope you will join us soon to share our great marine life.

  2. Geoffrey Trigg says:

    Those lovely smiles bring a warmth to even the coldest January days here in the
    U.K. Look forward to the update on the mystery turtle.

Leave a Reply