Check out the Discovery of Amazing Tiny Critters on the Reefs of Cozumel! I was recently there for just a week (though it was supposed to be three weeks) and I was only able to dive three times, but they were pretty awesome dives! I saw amazing tiny critters and fish that I hadn’t seen in Cozumel before. Of course, I saw much that I always see, but I’m always excited to dive. Take a look at my most recent photos![Read more…] about Check out the Discovery of Amazing Tiny Critters on the Reefs of Cozumel!
Earth Day Gives us a Chance to Make a Difference, so let’s do it! There are many worthy causes, as we all know.
You don’t need me to tell you that our planet is in desperate shape. Mother Nature displays her distress through higher temperatures, snow and rainfall patterns shifting and causing havoc. More extreme climate events – like hurricanes and records high or low temperatures – are already happening. Our oceans are overfished, loaded with plastic waste, and overheating. We must all take action. Below you will find several non-profits making a difference, and I urge you to donate on this Earth Day 2021.[Read more…] about Earth Day Gives us a Chance to Make a Difference
Are You Ready to hit your bucket list after you are Vaccinated for Covid? I have booked three major “bucket list” dream destinations![Read more…] about Are You Ready to Hit Your Bucket List after you are Vaccinated for Covid?
Cozumel Diving offers Amazing Cool Critters! I promised the next post would be a round-up of the cool critters I ran into in February this year! I adore looking for critters, but it is a challenge for me because my eyesight is not fabulous. Fortunately for me, I know dive masters with great eyes who can find these tiny things![Read more…] about Cozumel Diving offers Amazing Cool Critters!
You can Count on Fantastic Diving in Cozumel in February. And why is that? One of the reasons is Eagle Ray Season! The Eagle Rays are in Cozumel every February and March to mate and eat, so it is a great time to dive. You can also see Eagle Rays in the spring and summer, but it is a rare sighting as Eagle Rays prefer water temperatures under 80 degrees. With climate change, the summer water temperatures are 83-85 degrees. Of course, diving in Cozumel is always worthwhile.[Read more…] about You can Count on Fantastic Diving in Cozumel in February!
My Octopus Teacher has been a huge hit on Netflix. I watched it and cried like a baby even though I know very well that octopuses have short life spans, depending on the species. I found it to be a beautiful documentary, and it hit very close to home as one of my favorite places to be is underwater with marine life. I agree that wild animals teach us a lot about being human. The octopus in My Octopus Teacher is a Common Octopus, but there are many species. Allow me to introduce you to some of the octopus I have been privileged to see while diving!
FUN OCTOPUS FACT: Octopuses use tools! They are quite intelligent, solving puzzles, opening jars, and even opening childproof medicine bottles![Read more…] about Have you watched My Octopus Teacher? Meet my Favorite Octopuses!