Megan

Megan


PADI MSDT and diver for 10+ years, eMarketing executive for PADI Americas.

Recent blog posts written by Megan

Thank You PADI Divers for Saving Our Sharks!

Thank You PADI Divers for Saving Our Sharks!

19 March, 2013 at 10:31 am 0 comments

Support from PADI Divers helped sharks and rays get the international protection they need and deserve. PADI Divers rallied the global dive community behind five species of sharks, two species of manta rays and one species of sawfish. Because of all your hard work and commitment to ocean conservation, all […]

Read more ›
Contests for Scuba Divers

Contests for Scuba Divers

15 March, 2013 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Go Scuba Diving Win Cool Stuff Here’s a round-up of four great contest divers can enter now: PADI’s Video Contest PADI is currently running a video contest on our Facebook page.  We’re looking for short (2 minute) videos in one of four categories: Diving and Lifestyle Marine Life Environment Creative […]

Read more ›
Cenote Scuba Diving

Cenote Scuba Diving

14 March, 2013 at 6:00 am 2 comments

By guest blogger: Chris Alstrand One of the things Lesley and I were most anticipating when we were preparing for our recent trip to Mexico was a chance to dive in cenotes. Cenotes are openings to underground rivers with caves, rooms, and passageways that form when an area of the roof over the […]

Read more ›
ScubaEarth Diver Spotlight: Michael Keller

ScubaEarth Diver Spotlight: Michael Keller

6 March, 2013 at 9:33 am 1 comment

Weightlessness, adventure and discovery are three words Michael Keller of New Zealand uses to describe the reasons behind his passion for diving. While 15 years ago he was turned off by the prospect of diving in a cold, murky lake in Switzerland, a dive in the Red Sea in Egypt […]

Read more ›
Underwater Naturalist PADI Specialty Course

Underwater Naturalist PADI Specialty Course

28 February, 2013 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Diving is all about what you see beneath the surface. When you’re immersed in the big blue, you’re in a world filled with fascinating creatures, plants and other-worldly landscapes. Admiring the beauty beneath the waves is one thing, but appreciating how the underwater environment functions, on a more complex level, […]

Read more ›
CITES 2013: Extinction is Not an Option

CITES 2013: Extinction is Not an Option

27 February, 2013 at 6:00 am 0 comments

When you become a certified scuba diver, you also become an ambassador for the underwater world. Scuba divers experience first-hand how precious and delicate our underwater ecosystems are. Harvesting of animals and plant life devastates underwater environments that have thrived for thousands of years. The March 2013 CITES convention in […]

Read more ›