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Becoming an Environmental Educator

By: Mariana Mireles, OC Education Assistant From Student to Teacher By finishing my undergraduate degree in Child and Family Development from SDSU in the midst of the pandemic, all I could do was self reflect on my journey. I reflected…

Environment and Tourism

By Rodrigo Celis Garcia, Biologist, Costa Canuva Nayarit is one of the 8 states that are part of the Bio-cultural Corridor of the Central West of Mexico, this denomination makes it essential to promote and maintain connectivity between the different…

Intersections

by Janaira Quigley, Ocean Connectors’ new Executive Director What a pleasure it is to join the Ocean Connectors team! The mission to “educate, inspire and connect youth in underserved Pacific coastal communities through the study of migratory marine life,” appealed…

Partnering to Save Ocean Wildlife

By Laura Kasa, Founder, Saving Ocean Wildlife  The Blue Serengeti Picture the beauty of an endangered Leatherback sea turtle swimming past your boat. Feel the lightness in your chest as you laugh at a pod of playful dolphins racing beside…

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Connecting the Public to Our Wild Places

By Ida Kaller-Vincent, Ocean Connectors Eco Tour Coordinator Wildlife on Our Doorstep  The sun dances on the ocean surface, and with each paddle stroke a trail of water droplets sparkles in the morning sun. Baby bat rays swim beneath our…

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