Brenda Nelson


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PangeaSeed Foundation Sea Walls Project Visits Churchill, Canada

PangeaSeed Foundation Sea Walls Project Visits Churchill, Canada

16 August, 2017 at 5:05 am Comments are Disabled

  PADI AmbassaDiver team, PangeaSeed Foundation, recently completed Sea Walls Churchill, the newest installment of their Sea Walls program that aims to combine art and conservation. This time, the foundation partnered with seventeen artists and Kal Barteski, the founder of the Polar Bear Fund. Sea Walls Churchill was a 10-day public art project, […]

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4 Reasons to Join PADI Women’s Dive Day

4 Reasons to Join PADI Women’s Dive Day

11 July, 2017 at 7:50 am Comments are Disabled

  PADI’s 3rd annual Women’s Dive Day is coming up this Saturday, July 15. Last year we had over 700 events in 77 countries, bringing together divers all over the world. As we gear up to celebrate this weekend, here’s some of our top reasons to get involved with an […]

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Tips for Preventing Mask Fog

Tips for Preventing Mask Fog

28 March, 2017 at 5:06 am Comments are Disabled

All divers have experienced their masks fogging up. This problem is often just an annoyance, but can turn into a pretty big hinderance for having a fun, safe dive. Whether you’re a seasoned diver or someone new to the water, we hope these tips help you keep your visibility clear and […]

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4 Facts About the Lumpsucker

4 Facts About the Lumpsucker

17 March, 2017 at 5:18 am Comments are Disabled

The ocean is filled with tons of exciting animals.  No matter how many articles we write about the fascinating underwater world, there’s always more critters we just can’t get enough of. Today’s featured animal is the adorably inefficient lumpsucker. 1. They really do suck. True to its name, the lumpsucker […]

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Diving My Dream Dive Site – Cenote Angelita

Diving My Dream Dive Site – Cenote Angelita

23 February, 2017 at 7:12 am Comments are Disabled

I was fourteen years old when I first saw a photo of the cenote Angelita. I’d always loved the ocean, but that was the moment I first remember knowing I wanted to learn to scuba dive. I stared at it for what felt like an hour, mesmerized by the tree […]

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5 Facts About the Amazon Pink River Dolphin

5 Facts About the Amazon Pink River Dolphin

13 February, 2017 at 11:17 am Comments are Disabled

Dolphins are one of the most loved marine animals, though most people only get to see the species that live in the ocean. For Valentine’s Day, we decided to do a little research on one of the most unique species: the Amazon pink river dolphin. There’s a lot to love! And […]

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