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Inspired by Indonesia: A Q-and-A with WWF’s Cassie O’Connor

Inspired by Indonesia: A Q-and-A with WWF’s Cassie O’Connor

Maddi Higgins October 15, 2014 0

Cassie O’Connor’s commitment to conservation deepened after college when she co-managed a forestry station in Indonesia.  The pristine Indonesian environment and rich culture have since brought her back repeatedly and have inspired her in

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Just Announced: WWF Expert to Join Indonesia Trip

Just Announced: WWF Expert to Join Indonesia Trip

Tania Curry September 24, 2014 0

We are thrilled to announce that Cassie O’Connor will be joining our Best of Indonesia February departure. Cassie O’Connor: February 24 – March 13, 2015 At World Wildlife Fund, Cassie O’Connor works with foundations and with

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Choose Your Next Great Snorkeling Trip

Choose Your Next Great Snorkeling Trip

WWF September 16, 2014 2

Regardless of which of our snorkeling tours you choose, a few things are for certain: You’ll explore incredible underwater worlds, spending most of your time in the water—with two or three snorkeling outings a

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Video: An “Underwater Ballet” of Manta Rays in Indonesia

Video: An “Underwater Ballet” of Manta Rays in Indonesia

Tania Curry May 23, 2014 0

Watch manta rays “dance” gracefully above coral in Raja Ampat. The Raja Ampat Archipelago in Indonesia’s West Papua province has the wo ld’s greatest concentration of marine life for a region of its size.

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Video of the Week: Raja Ampat Underwater

Video of the Week: Raja Ampat Underwater

Tania Curry January 24, 2014 3

The Raja Ampat Archipelago has the world’s greatest concentration of marine life – making it a fantastic snorkeling site. Raja Ampat is also an area where WWF is conducting conservation research and where it

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Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

Natural Habitat Adventures November 1, 2013 Comments Off on Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia

“Kura-kura!” yelled the little village boy as he came running out of the dark tropical night and into our jungle camp. Two of our Papuan boatmen from our mother ship, the James Bond II,

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