Nature Rambles

The Mamanuca islands lie west of the main island of Fiji. Serveral villages and over a dozen resort share these islands with the Fijian wildlife. The Mamanuca Environment Society is working between them on reef and dry forest restoration to protect and enhance the future of these communities Follow the story at @wildhopecollective
by Ian Markham -- April 5th, 2017

Photo Caption: The Mamanuca islands lie west of the main island of Fiji. Serveral villages and over a dozen resort share these islands with the Fijian wildlife. The Mamanuca Environment Society is working between them on reef and dry forest restoration to protect and enhance the future of these communities.
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Photo taken at: Mamanuca Islands

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