The WCS Fiji Blog offers a glimpse into the work Wildlife Conservation Society does in Fiji. From fisheries to land-sea planning, marine managed and protected areas, climate change and conservation science and applied research – we will feature live blogs and personal accounts from field. We will also feature stories from communities that live in the Vatu-i-Ra
Seascape, a 28,894 km2 area stretching across the channel that links Fiji’s two main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. The seascape boasts vibrant coral reefs, masses of colourful reef fish, sea turtles and dolphins, and is a hotspot for migratory humpback whales that frequent our waters.