We had some amazing days in the Canadian Rockies! Anywhere we looked, our eyes where treated to beautiful views and breathtaking sceneries. We spend time in #banffnationalpark and #yohonationalpark , crossed mountains and looked at our reflections in the emerald green lakes. However, the experience that made the biggest impact, was our visit to the @northernlightswolfcentre in Golden, BC. For a while now, we were really keen on meeting the ancestors of our Tron and learning all about them. The Northern Lights Wildlife Wolf centre promotes wolf conservation throughout the natural environment. Wolves play an important role in many ecosystems and are considered to be a keystone species. It is really sad to hear that there are wolf culls in place throughout Canada to reduce the wolf population to favor the endangered Caribou. Although it has been proven that these wolf culls have no positive effect on the Caribou population, the BC government still considers cull expansion in stead of counteracting habitat destruction (deforestation ect) and human enroachment. It is time to wake up! #wolfawarenessweek#wolf#wolfdog#wolves
Discoverer @deineoide In Seceda, Italy.
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Curious human beings taking a peak what surrounds the main headland of Crescent Heads either checking on the waves or whales or dolphins during sunrise which wasn't up to my expectations as I hoped for ... catching a glimpse of them amongst the rugged seascape got my attention to capture .. not long till 2018 with much more to venture within australia 🇦🇺
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"I never mind being in the same site for the fifth time - for me the experience of being under water - where there are no sounds other than your own breath and heart beat, is exhilarating. It's also a huge privilege - to see what was hidden for most of human history and what still isn't accesible for many.
I'm a fan of small creatures, I can spend all my dive time looking for them in the sand. That's why I decided on marine ecology course. And it changed my diving for ever. Now I know how to observe octopus, how to understand communication between the species, I learned how to differentiate between the fishes and that some of them are farmers! They farm (and guard) their own seaweed fields. I learned to appreciate corals and their diversity and complexity - and how fragile they are. They spent long hours answering my questions about coral bleaching and how it affects not only the oceans but the whole planet. This really changed the way I am looking at the oceans. It made me wanting to protect it and to save this fragile ecosystem. Now every dive is not only exhilarating fun and incesable wonder - it's also observing behaviours of the animals and the state of the reef. I'm not a fun diver anymore, I am an aware diver" says Kasia Boni, recently certified underwater naturalist