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Category Archives: 2019

Migramar General Assembly 2019

The Migramar General Assembly took place in Bogota, Colombia. The members, beside discussing Migramar’s 2022 goals, planned the new expeditions between Galapagos and Coco’s Island and from Coiba to Malpelo, all these for our initiative of protection around the swimways or MigraVias.  The Assembly discussed the acceptance of two new members that will be received […]

Third Congress of Protected Natural Areas of Latin America and the Caribbean

As part of the activities, MigraMar had the honor of participating in the Third Congress of Natural Protected Areas of Latin America and the Caribbean, meeting in Lima between October 14 and 17, 2019.   At the end of the event, the Celebration of the Day of Protected Areas of Latin America and the Caribbean […]

MigraMar General Assembly in Panama City

This year, Migramar General Assembly took place in Panama City. The members, beside discussing Migramar’s 2022 goals, got together to welcome our five new Members: Robert Rubin (Pacific Manta Research Group – USA), Yannis Papastamatiou (International Florida University – USA), Kerstin Forsberg (Planeta Océano – Peru), Patricia Zárate (IFOP – Chile), and Rodrigo Hucke (Universidad […]

Whale shark – longest trans-pacific migration

Little is known about the world’s largest fish, gentle giants that reach 12 meters (40 feet) in length. Scientists from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) tracked a female whale shark from the Eastern Pacific to the western Indo-Pacific: 20,142 km (more than 12,000 miles) the longest whale shark migration route ever recorded. The scientist, […]

La Asamblea General de MigraMar en la ciudad de Panamá

Bienvenidos a nuestros cinco nuevos miembros: Robert Rubin (Grupo de Investigación de Manta del Pacífico – Estados Unidos), Yannis Papastamatiou (Universidad Internacional de Florida – Estados Unidos), Kerstin Forsberg (Planeta Océano – Perú), Patricia Zárate (IFOP – Chile), y Rodrigo Hucke (Universidad Austral de Chile – Chile)