Curacao - Lionfish Control Study with GO WEST Diving and Kura Hulanda Lodge

Saturday, Aug 16, 2014 - Saturday, Aug 23, 2014 (1 week)
Led by Lad Akins, REEF Director of Special Projects, and Peter Hughes
One Female Share Left!

$1,726 per person double occupancy ($2,146 single occupancy) - includes: lodging for 7 nights at the Kura Hulanda Lodge, breakfast each morning, 5 days of 2-tank boat dives, r/t airport transportation on Curacao, ground transportation, and all taxes.

+$200 REEF Program Fee per diver will be added to each package to cover the cost of the group leader, seminar and survey materials.

The second annual project to Curacao to document the establishment and consequences of invasive lionfish as part of REEF's ongoing effort to minimize the Indo-Pacific predator's impact on native fish populations. Participants will have an opportunity to be trained in lionfish collection and dissections of specimens to document prey.

**Are you an educator or hold a position that is education oriented? Click here to view the CEDAM scholarship opportunity for this field survey trip and find out if you are eligible to apply.

This trip is booked through REEF Headquarters. To reserve your space or find out more, contact Martha Klitzkie, trips@reef.org, 305-852-0030. All proceeds will benefit REEF's Lionfish Control Studies.

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