We are delighted to share our retrospective on Project Seahorse's advances in marine conservation.
In honour of #WorldOceansDay, we've put together a Twitter essay about our work in saving seahorses and saving the seas, reproduced below:
Dr. Amanda Vincent has been appointed to the Steering Committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission (SSC). She will serve as the Committee’s global marine expert, and will also Chair its Marine Conservation Subcommittee.
Millions of seahorses meet their doom each year as by-catch in a fisherman’s net. Less-charming fish may share the same fate.
Project Seahorse presents an exhibit by Miami-based artist Xavier Cortada, as the launch event for its “Seahorses: Magical Creatures in Our Backyard” outreach initiative.
SyngBIO 2017, the third meeting of researchers and other professionals working to understand the unique biology and conservation of Syngnathid fishes (seahorses, pipefishes, pipehorses, and seadragons) will be held May 14-19, 2017 in Tampa, Florida (USA) (hosted by The University of Tampa and co-hosted by Project Seahorse).
Gray, Denis D. (2017, 10 Jan) Conservationist fights to save seahorses in Cambodia. The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved from http://www.thespec.com/news-story/7055515-conservationist-fights-to-save-seahorses-in-cambodia
Project Seahorse is pleased to announce the results of this year’s Guylian Seahorses of the World Photography Competition. Congratulations to Luc Eeckhaut, our 2016 winner! His stunning snapshot of a Hedgehog seahorse (Hippocampus spinosissimus) features a boldly hued sea squirt, the blue bell tunicate (Clavelina moluccensis).