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Luis EscribanoYomar Chico Chico DIFICIL. OTRO NIVEL !!!9 hours ago   ·  1
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Just Bright.™ God is Good!!! Team Rider: Eduardo Rodriguez Foto: Ruben "Babby" Quiñones #Bright_Clothing_ #Dan12_3 #Blessings #PuertoRico #yewww #BrightRashguards

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Erika M. Rodriguez SerranoY las limpian diario. Diariamente las limpian! Pero son más los que no estamos comprometidos. Son mas los que critican bien fácil desde un celular en la mano o computadora es bien fácil criticar. Sabes que van hacer con las colillas que han recogido un mural de tantas que son... Eso si es bochornoso y da asco.5 days ago   ·  1
Erika M. Rodriguez SerranoSantiago Irizarry te invito a que pases como invite a mi padre! Que barbaridad lo que pasa por sus mentes al ver estas imágenes. Escribiendo sin saber que esta pasando... Buen día para que visites una de tus playas. Esos comentarios son de odio, hacia personas que no conocen, ni saben que están haciendo por Las Playas!5 days ago   ·  1
Erika M. Rodriguez SerranoEsto es algo bien fuerte!!! Sabían que erizo hace el trabajo del DRNA muchas veces!!! Sabían que erizo tiene un huerto en ese lugar... Tiene papaya, tuna, cilantro, tomate y muchas cosas más sembradas! Sabían que el cayo Isla Verde es el que se ve desde el área donde esta el hotel La Playita en Isla Verde... Ese cayo por el agua se estaba destruyendo poco a poco... El sembró mangle en ese cayo eso que se ve encima es mangle. La raíz del mangle hace que se rompa el arrecife pero no se desprenda!!! Erizo pone las "boyas" para que los bañistas y personas con entretenimientos acuáticos sepan donde no pueden pasar! Erizo yo estaba en una ocasión hablando con el y se paro y se fue corriendo por que estaban naciendo Tinglares!!! El camina toda la playa en temporada de anidaje del tinglar todas las noches para proteger ese animal tan maravilloso! Y hace poco como 3 semanas tuve una conversación con mi padre el cual decía que esa área la tenían toda sucia... Mi contestación fue si había visitado algún día de su vida ese campamento. Su respuesta un NO! No supongan lo que no han visto ni vivido! Mucha gente como erizo como Benito sin nada a cambio material hacen un Puerto Rico y un planeta mejor!!! Yo amo esta gente y lo que hacen! Motivan a no parar . a seguir gritando por lo que da una satisfacción brutal!! —5 days ago   ·  1
JFrank RamosErika M. Orientalos5 days ago   ·  1
Luis PerezHell yeah!!!!!!!5 days ago   ·  2
Santiago IrizarrySi! Son del pueblo! Solo hay que ir domingo en la tarde a Jobos y ver la cantidad de basura que se deja! Y sí el pueblo! El municipio de Isabela se encarga de limpiar la cagazon de gente desconsiderada. Esto se repite por toda la isla. Yo practico la natacion y nada es mas frustante que ver el fondo lleno de basura. Yo a estos los bajaria y los pondria a limpiar playas . Ese seria mejor mensaje5 days ago   ·  4
ComoEstaEso.comGracias Erika M. Rodriguez Serrano Me encanta mantener los mensajes positivos arriba.4 days ago
Chucky MagnoPues mantenganlas limpias chorro e puercos!5 days ago   ·  2
Marie EcargY el pueblo no las cuidan5 days ago   ·  2
Rafael BerriosThose same people come to the states and use every trashcan they can find.....5 days ago   ·  1
Enrique RodriguezSi es del pueblo q la limpien malditos. Y que del pueblo. Este país esta bien mal pensando q todo es de ellos. Por eso no hay progreso. Montones de proyectos han tratado de hacer para mejorar la isla y siempre la gente se queja. Quieren mejora y anhelan el retraso. Bah5 days ago   ·  1
Eva De MayoAsí mismo! 👊3 days ago
Raymond TorrechMuy bien Santiago irritarte4 days ago
Santiago IrizarryEstimada Erika: Nosotros participamos activamente en limpieza de playas con Scuba Dogs y otras entidades. Tambien hemos trabajado en los estuarios. Personalmente colabore en la siembra de 186arboles en Guayanilla incluyendo varios tipos de Magles del area. No estamos ajeno a este problema. Lo que repudio es el mecanismo y la imagen tipo terrorista que proyectan. Ser ambientalista no debe ser crimen5 days ago
Ana M. PazosTirando piedras!!5 days ago
Marilyn Michelle VigoreauxYo ls vi!! Pero NPI kr hacian alli...5 days ago
Rafa ColónSi del pueblo COCHINO que va y las ensucia...SMH....5 days ago

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1966 - Surfer Magazine

1966 - Surfer Magazine

Internship available at the Puerto Rico Manatee Conservation Center

The Puerto Rico Manatee Conservation Center (PRMCC) and the Caribbean Stranding Network at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico announces the availability of four 2-month volunteer (unpaid) internship positions in three periods per year (1 February-31 March, 15May-15 July, 1September-31 October). The PRMMC conducts conservation efforts on behalf of endangered Antillean manatees in four modalities: (1) Rescue and Stranding Response, (2) Rehabilitation and Veterinary Care, (3) Population Research, and (4) Community Outreach and Education.

Requirements: Applicants must be students enrolled in a natural sciences bachelor’s, graduate or professional degree (biology, zoology, oceanography, marine biology, environmental sciences, animal sciences, veterinary medicine or similar), or recent graduates of these disciplines seeking experience on endangered marine species conservation. Work at the PRMCC is conducted in Spanish and English, thus, interns must at least be able to converse and write in one of these languages. Interns must be self-motivated and responsible, able to work independently, have computer experience, good organizational and communication skills, and perform as a team. Candidates must be in good physical fitness, swim well, lift and carry 25 kg, walk long distances in difficult terrain, and follow written and oral staff directions and protocols effectively. In addition, interns should be prepared to perform in a variety of settings on any given day including; beach, in-water, and laboratory. Work hours are 40-60 hours per week.

The 2-month internship may be extended an extra month at the discretion of the PRMCC and a positive 2-month evaluation. USA citizen interns do not need a visa to attend the internship; International applicants need to apply for a USA visa to attend. If interns intend to receive academic credit, they are responsible for making all arrangements with their educational institutions.

The PRMCC internship is a once in a lifetime opportunity for students and recent graduates to join dedicated scientists who are conducting manatee conservation in the beautiful environmental setting of the Caribbean Island of Puerto Rico. As part of this program, interns are extremely important members of a focused and dedicated team and will be immersed in pioneering hands-on work with manatees. This is an excellent chance to contribute meaningfully to an exciting marine conservation effort to save an endangered species from extinction. Interns who successfully complete the program will receive a certificate acknowledging training in manatee conservation initiatives of stranding response and necropsies, rescue, rehabilitation and veterinary care, population research, and community outreach and education.

Applications for the May 2015 internship must be received by 1 February 2015; September 2015 internship by 1 June 2015; February 2016 internship by November 2015. To apply, submit a complete application at our websitehttp://manatipr.org/voluntarios/internship/. For more information, please contact volunt@manatipr.org.
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Cuentanos que harias con un "lip" asi... Foto por Jay Sierra

Cuentanos que harias con un

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David Aceacostarme a dormir y soñar1 week ago

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Rider : Lolo Montalvo foto : WR PHOTOGRAPHY

Rider : Lolo Montalvo       foto : WR PHOTOGRAPHY

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Extreme Mingo Sabado 1/10/2015 Rider: Wonka Aviles Pic: Fernando Gabriel

Extreme Mingo
Sabado 1/10/2015
Rider: Wonka Aviles
Pic: Fernando Gabriel

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Luis Rafael Adorno Nerisdonde queda ese spot?2 weeks ago
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Sam Scheer tucked in at Maria's. Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography]

Sam Scheer tucked in at Maria's.  Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography]

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Vitito García making the last one count. Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography] — with Vitito Garcia.

Vitito García making the last one count.  Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography] — with Vitito Garcia.

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Bryan Laide collecting some style points. Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography]

Bryan Laide collecting some style points.  Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography]

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Marcos Zapata💪2 weeks ago

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Jared Houston ya es parte de nuestra familia, joven surafricano de gran talent, campeón mundial en par de ocasiones

Jared Houston ya es parte de nuestra familia, joven surafricano de gran talent, campeón mundial en par de ocasiones

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Alexander R. bajando para despues subir el pecho. Cuarto menguante. Foto: Joseph Vega — with Joseph Vega and tubasos surf.

Alexander R. bajando para despues subir el pecho. Cuarto menguante.
Foto: Joseph Vega — with Joseph Vega and tubasos surf.

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Young blood team rider. Camille Olivero with style in Gas chambers. Unate PP 39 Photo by. Kary Mar

Young blood team rider. Camille Olivero with style in Gas chambers. Unate PP 39 
Photo by. Kary Mar

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Not much needed for a beautiful day in Puerto Rico if you know how to appreciate the little things in life.

Not much needed for a beautiful day in Puerto Rico if you know how to appreciate the little things in life.

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Eric RodriguezThats true... and the spot photo dont worry everybody know were it is...2 weeks ago
Alvin VelezHey!!!! No pongan fotos del spot!!!!2 weeks ago

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RIDER : ANGELITO SANTIAGO FOTO : WR PHOTOGRAPHY

RIDER : ANGELITO SANTIAGO  FOTO : WR PHOTOGRAPHY

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Wataje de hoy. — with Waldemar Alcobas.

Wataje de hoy. — with Waldemar Alcobas.

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Babbyq. North Shore. Puerto Rico.

Babbyq. North Shore. Puerto Rico.

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While the actual photo quality is sub par (bad lighting, insufficient equipment) I still wanted to share some of the images of yesterdays swell. If you see me out on the beach, stop by and say high. I will try to make sure I get some shots of you. I would also appreciate it if you are in the water and see me on shore let some other surfers know about my page. Any feedback on your photo or any other pic is greatly appreciated. I love reading the comments, even if I have to run them through google translate. If you haven't already - please "Like" and "Follow" this page. I would also like to encourage you to "share" any albums or photos with your friends. Have a great time out there everybody. Hope to see you around soon. Whatever you do - Enjoy Life!!!

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If Maria's is breaking, you know Gabriel will be there. Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography] — with Gabriel Canals.

If Maria's is breaking, you know Gabriel will be there.  Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography] — with Gabriel Canals.

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Swell came in, wind picked up, and Tanner Gudauskas knew exactly what to do. Maria's Beach, Rincón, Puerto Rico. Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography]

Swell came in, wind picked up, and Tanner Gudauskas knew exactly what to do.  Maria's Beach, Rincón, Puerto Rico.  Photo: F. Javier Gil [photography]

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Manuel Vargas TragalLuis Suarez2 weeks ago   ·  1
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We are Ocean Defender Hawaii. Komo mai kau mapuna hoe "Put your paddle in." Join us in the effort. www.OceanDefenderHawaii.com

Florida Ocean Defenders are getting excited for the annual migration of spinner and blacktip sharks!! Coincidentally, the migration also coincides with the peak tourist season in the winter, so it always makes the news. Monitoring systems at lifeguard stations are in place in much of south Florida where conditions are clear to avoid accidents while the sharks are in the surf hunting bait fish. It is an amazing experience to see these animals in such large numbers, and thankfully most tourists can appreciate the experience for what it is with awe. This gives us the perfect opportunity to hit the beaches and start informative and positive sharky dialogue!! 

We are creating a global movement, and would love to connect with you on a local level!! We have big plans for this year!!

Aloha 
Join us our Ohana: www.oceandefenderhawaii.com/join
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Shark Swarming Season 2014 by National Wildlife:  http://www.nwf.org/news-and-magazines/national-wildlife/animals/archives/2014/blacktipped-sharks.aspx

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"… Best part? The bikini bottom. It has a cute heart shape on the back, which makes the bathingsuit look sexier. (…) " Text by Karla Mercado from The Trend Oven at her post ! FULL stuff and PHOTOS: thetrendoven.blogspot.com/2014/12/gipsy-soul-part-i.html #SUNDAY #SUNYOURBUNS #LIFEISBETTERINKEIKINIS — at The Caribe Hilton, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Pine Grove camera back online
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The 2nd Annual Legend Surf Classic Puerto Rico hits Rincon January 16th-19th, 2015, with international legends Fred Hemmings and Nat Young in attendance. More info at bit.ly/1vMvNUO

The 2nd Annual Legend Surf Classic Puerto Rico hits Rincon January 16th-19th, 2015, with international legends Fred Hemmings and Nat Young in attendance. 

More info at http://bit.ly/1vMvNUO