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To know artist and marine conservationist Guy Harvey is to be aware that black tie just isn’t his thing. He is happiest in casual clothes...
The number of stingrays at the North Sound sandbar has halved as a result of a decline in visitors since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, according to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
A rare sighting of black tip reef sharks in the crystal clear water of Stingray Sandbar should be cause for celebration, not alarm, according to the photographer who captured the moment.
More than 1,500 schoolchildren have signed up to attend ‘shark talks’ as part of the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation’s Ocean Conservation Month.
The Department of Environment and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation raise concern after two stingrays were injured in quick succession by boats at the sandbar.
A female stingray called Chae has been treated for injuries at the Stingray City Sandbar. After tour operators reported that the southern stingray was underweight...
Everyone in the Cayman Islands supports tourism. Everyone encourages cruise ship tourism, let’s get that straight. There are many of us, however, who consider that our current complement of cruise tourists (approximately 1.9 million last year) is too many.
An anonymous donor has gifted US$300,000 to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation to support shark research.
A new United Nations report highlighting the devastating impact of humans on the natural world should serve as an urgent ‘wake-up call’ to policymakers in the Cayman Islands and across the globe, according to a host of environmental officials, researchers and non-profits.
Island Heritage Insurance is gearing up for its annual CharityDrive, set this year for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
It was a colourful night of art and auctions at LUCA Restaurant on Friday, as more than 150 people gathered for the 4th Annual Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fundraising Cocktail Party.
One only has to spend time in the company of fishing enthusiasts or anyone interested in marine conservation, and chances are they have heard of artist and conservationist Guy Harvey.
The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation is hosting a Family Fun Day on Seven Mile Public Beach on Saturday, March 31, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Royal Palms Beach Club.
Shark movies, beach cleanups and fishing clinics are all part of the line-up for this year’s Ocean Conservation Month.
A record 113 stingrays were counted at the North Sound Sandbar during the latest census, according to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
Poachers are targeting snapper, grouper and conch in Cayman’s waters as well as more iconic and endangered species like stingrays and sea turtles, water sports business owners fear.
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With around 40 lemon sharks circling the boat, 17-year-old Matteo Pollini admits he felt a flutter of nerves before he jumped in. But by the end of five days of diving in the chummed up waters of Tiger Beach off the Bahamas, the fear was gone.