Join in for a fun day at the Salt Water State Park, conduct a survey dive or two and meet for a pot luck barbecue between dives.
Grills will be provided, as well as hot dogs and buns. Bring a pot luck dish to share and your own beverages. REEF slates and survey paper will be available. Join us between 10 am and 4 pm. Barbecue around 12. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org (Carol Cline) if you plan to join us or for more information.
Check out Free REEF fish Identification on Pacific North West Fish Class on July 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (more information on the calendar).
Join us for Fish ID Seminar to learn the 50 most common fish in the waters of the Florida Keys. This seminar includes an interative presentation, free membership to REEF, and an opportunity to participate in a guided field survey dive. Pre-reistration is recommended.
To register or for more information, contact REEF at REEFHQ@REEF.org or (305) 852-0030.
REEF Fish Identification Class to be held on Wednesday July 25th from 6-9 p.m at Hydrosports Dive and Travel (REEF Field Station). For more information please contact email@example.com (503) 304-5385 or firstname.lastname@example.org (503) 391-5969.
Hydrosports Dive and Travel: 3846 River Road North, Keiser, Oregon
Check out the Fish Survey Dive and Pot Luck on July 28th at Salt Water State Park!
Join Sail Fish Scuba on July 24th for a snorkel fish ID survey! Sail Fish Scuba offers a personally unique experience with you and only five other snorkelers! Meet at 11:15 for a bried Fish ID presentation before heading out on your snorkel.
This is a snorkel event only for the Great Annual Fish Count. It is a shore entrance with a maximum depth of 12 feet.
Get the whole experience of the Great Annual Fish Count! Learn and dive on the same day! On July 19th, Horizon Divers is hosting a Fish ID presentation with survey dives following! Fish ID Seminar starts at 9 am with the dive in the afternoon at 1:30. To register, please contact Horizon Divers at (305) 453-3535 or visit their website.
For more information about the Great Annual Fish Count, please click here.
Participants need to supply their own boat to join in on this GAFC event. Participants may either snorkel or scuba. Maximum depth will be approximately 10-33 feet. Prior registration is required. Departure is 8:00 am from Sand Sprit Park in Stuart, FL.
Point of contact: Charlie Jabaly, District Biologist, Florida Park Services, (772)546-0900. Please let Charlie know if you plan on attending the Fish ID training at the Jonathan Dickinson State Park.
This is both a snorkel and scuba survey, but participants will need their own boat to get to the survey sites. Average depths will range from 5 to 35 feet.
Join us and other's in the month of July for this great event to learn fish ID and go out to participate in the a REEF fish count survey. Event to be held at Force-E Pompano located at 1312 N. Federal Hwy. The classroom session starts at 9 am, followed by a 2 tank dive at 1 pm. After the dive trip, Force-E will be putting together a BBQ to celebrate. The classroom session is FREE and the price for the boat trip and BBQ is $65.
Please call Force-E Pompan to sign up for this event at 954-943-3483. Please note there is a 24 hour cancellation period for this event.
As a new REEF Field Station, we're excited to offer our very first Fish ID Training Seminar at Shark's Cove/Pupukea Beach Park as part of the Great Annual Fish Count! During this FREE training class hosted by Malama Pupukea Waimea, you will learn the names of Hawaii's common reef fishes and how to conduct REEF surveys. After the training seminar, participants will have the opportunity to work in a team to conduct a 30-minute REEF Survey to record the different species and number of each fish observed. Anyone wishing to participate inthe snorkel survey should be a strong swimmer, competent snorkeler, and have his/her own mask, snorkel, and fins. The snorkel survey will involve identifying, counting and recording fish observed in the Pupukea Marine Life Conservation District at Shark's Cove. After the snorkel, we'll gather back on shore to identify any unknown fish and share sightings of cool marine critters.