Cozumel is known for its many unique fish finds including the Cozumel-endemic Splendid Toadfish as well as high concentrations of other interesting species like Cherubfish, Blackcap Basslets, and Sargassum Triggerfish.
Join us for an evening of adventure in some of the muckiest, murkiest, marine habitats. Frank will give us tips to get the most enjoyment out of muck diving, along with tales and beautiful photography of the unusual fish and invertebrates who thrive in this type of environment.
Join us for a free night of ocean, holiday, and Florida Keys-themed trivia! Prizes will be awarded to top scoring teams and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to REEF.
Join the REEF team for our annual get-together to celebrate the holidays. Light refreshments and beverages will be served.
REEF Into the Blue Book Club will discuss our latest book selection, Rain: A Natural and Cultural History by Cynthia Barnett.
Fish in the Tropical and Indo-Pacific can look remarkably similar. Join us to discover the differences between these copycats.
Bengal Snapper photo by Paul Humann
With its large variety of dive sites, Grenada is known as the dive capital of the Eastern Caribbean. Colorful reefs and spectacular shipwrecks filled with fish life will thrill all types of divers.
This gorgeous destination is known for its biodiversity, endemic species, and large pelagic fish. Stacey will cover some of what you’re most likely to see while exploring the big blue.
King Angelfish photo by Carol Cox
The Galapagos Islands are among the most geographically remote on earth and are pristine and largely untouched by man. 15 main islands and countless smaller ones dot the archipelago – providing plentiful shallow-water habitats.
Poachers, snailfish, lumpsuckers...learn about all the weird fish the Pacific Northwest has to offer!
Marbled Snailfish photo by Greg Jensen