Category Archives: environment
Hello scuba fans! Yes, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted but were back. And guess what else is back? The first Nortes arrived this week with 3 days of port closures – and with them, the first spotted eagle rays … Continue reading
The gauntlet was thrown down. Sandro (his photo is on the bottom) found one of these rare Polka-dot Batfish at San Clemente and I challenged Pumbaa to do the same on a recent dive – and darned if he didn’t … Continue reading
Here are a few photos of the last Spotted Eagle Rays of the season, which comes to a close soon. We will miss them – until they return in November. Happy Viewing!
Just one of the many green moray eels we’ve seen in the last week of diving – it’s glorious!
Greetings, all you divers and Lion Fish Hunters!!! Well, here it is, the moment you’ve all been waiting for- the results of the 1st Annual Blue Magic Scuba Lion Fish Tournament. During the tournament period, February 1 through June 15, … Continue reading
As of May 15, and with less than 30 days left in the tournament as of this posting, Blue Magic Scuba has captured 106 lion fish. Since the last update which included totals through March 28, we have had a … Continue reading
Heres a link to a video we made yesterday. First one since February – a couple of large nurse sharks. Hope you enjoy it.
But my, oh my, it has been a good one! While all of us here have been complaining about the many Nortes that have closed the port, and the below-normal temperatures in Cozumel this season, all that cool weather and … Continue reading
Lionfish by Mark Stevens Happy Spring Everyone! Yes, it’s been longer than usual. Yours truly was home in California trying to catch up with the family but I am back – and have been trying to catch up with work … Continue reading