Marine mammals

An Experimental Success: Entanglement & Stranding Response Training in Oman

Bonn/Abu Dhabi, 19 November 2015 - In the Indian Ocean (including its adjacent seas and gulfs) the Convention on Migratory Species’

19 November 2015

Sri Lanka holds workshop on Dugong and Seagrass Conservation

Nov 01, Colombo: Sri Lanka recently held a workshop on the Dugong and Seagr

02 November 2015

Marine life needs protection from noise pollution

Conservationists call for international regulations to limit noise from shipping and seismic surveys.

11 September 2015

Dr Donna Kwan Awarded James Cook University 2015 Outstanding Alumni Award

A number of high-achieving James Cook University (JCU) alumni were honoured at a special ceremony in Townsville, Australia on 7 September 2015. Dr Donna Kwan, Programme Manager of the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Dugong Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Secretariat, received JCU 2015 Outstanding Alumni Award in Marine and Environmental Sciences category.

08 September 2015

Saving our dugongs

A conservation project to protect the dugongs from a high risk of extinction in the future will commence in September 2015 with the support of a group of environmental organizations, despite the fa

30 August 2015

Manual dealing with rescued marine animals out

ILOILO CITY, June 16(PIA)—The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Biodiversity Management Bureau and the Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines have recently launched a three-volume o

16 June 2015

Research pact signed to protect ecology

The General Directorate of Natural Reserves Private Engineering Office (PEO) and Ex

16 June 2015

In Memoriam: Dr. Kanjana Adulyanukosol

It is with immense regret that the Secretariat of the CMS Dugong MoU shares the news that we lost Dr. Kanjana Adulyanukosol, affectionately known as ‘Dr. Kanjana’, after a long struggle with cancer on 10 January 2015.

11 January 2015

MObI – Marine Mammal Survey App for SmartPhones Now Available!

“MObI – Marine Mammal Observers of Oceania by Internet” is a new smartphone application now available to help users distinguish marine mammals at any time in New Caledonia and French Polynesia.

24 July 2014