Fish Identification for Divers
Monday, June 13, 7:00pm
Presented by PADI IDC Staff Instructor Mike Davis
Offered by the Dive Club of Silicon Valley at Diver Dan's, Santa Clara
Fish ID for Divers Seminar at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Saturday, June 11, 1:00 – 4:00pmPresented by REEF Divers Alex Matsumoto and Keith RootsaertMeet at the Membership Entrance, Proceed to Ocean View Conference Room.
Marine Invertebrate Identification for Divers Wednesday, June 1, 7:00pmPresented by NOAA scientist Dr. Steve Lonhart Offered by the Dive Club of Silicon Valley at Diver Dan's, Santa Clara
Snorkelers and divers are welcome to come out for a local Great Annual Fish Count community event. This is a beach dive at Commercial Pier and starts at 12:00 noon. Bring a buddy, your gear, tanks and slates. Take these weeks ahead to study your fish and get ready for the big day at the end of the month. A quick Fish ID class will be given for those interested.
Join Reef Watch Waikiki to conduct a REEF survey at Hanauma Bay. We will meet at 9am near the ticket booth and stay until 11am. Please bring your own snorkel gear (mask, snorkel, fins), towel and swimsuit, water, rashguard or wetsuit (optional), and a REEF slate (if you have one). We will bring extra REEF slates and survey paper. To participate in this REEF survey, you must first attend a reef fish identification training class.
The United Divers of Central MA are participating in The Great Annual Fish Count on the 24th of July at Lanes Cove in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
The New England Aquarium Dive Club and The Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) will host the 9th annual Northeast Great Annual Fish Count (GAFC) event. The celebration will be centered at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, Massachusetts. GAFC dives are planned at seven shore locations around Cape Ann, along with dives at Nubble Light, York, ME. There will be a picnic, free raffles and door prizes. Every survey form submitted after each dive will count as an entry into the raffles for each diver. We are expecting more than 100 divers to participate in the day's celebration.
Join Reef Watch Waikiki to learn about the REEF survey method and how to identify fish! The class will begin at 3 pm and will last until 5pm. The class includes instruction on how to complete the REEF survey method followed by basic coral reef ecology, fish biology, identification tips, and specific information about different fish families. This will take place on the 7th floor conference room in the Waikiki Trade Center, 2255 Kuhio Avenue
Survey Dive for the Great Annual Fish Count in Davie, Fl
2335 S. University Drive
Davie, Fl 33324