Hayley-Jo Carr is currently PADI Course Director and social media manager at Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in sport & recreation studies, Hayley has been traveling, diving and working around the world for over a decade. Her main interests are marine conservation, pro-level training and anything to do with sharks! In her free time she has fun being an underwater model and creative director for Made in Water. Join her at Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas and Go Pro with Hayley Jo!
The role of shark feeding dives in shark conservation is controversial. Here’s the perspective of one PADI pro who’s worked in the industry for years.
Is sexual coral reproduction — coral sex — the future for helping to restore the world’s coral reefs? Is it more effective than current coral restoration methods?
By now, most divers know about the negative impacts invasive lionfish are having in the northwestern Atlantic and on Caribbean reefs. The PADI Invasive Lionfish Tracker course is helping address the problem in the Bahamas.
No matter if you’re a novice or a pro diver, shark protection should matter to you. Sharks are in trouble the world around, and participating in the AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty (as a student or instructor) can help spread the word.