REEF is offering a series of free Lionfish Collection and Handling Workshops throughout south Florida and the Keys.
This derby is organized to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the sinking of the USNS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg. Derby proceeds will benefit the History of Diving Museum.
On the last Thursday of each month, underwater photographers and local naturalists Carlos and Allison Estape present a different informative and educational lesson about how to identify fish species found in the Florida Keys and throughout the Caribbean. Marine life enthusiasts of all levels are invited to attend. Class is free and open to the public.
Thanks for your interest in 2019 Rock the Marina & Lionfish Derby, organized by Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency!
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef is the second-largest reef system in the world, and home to many different fish species.
Trip Type: Fish Survey - click here to learn more!
Thanks for your interest in Fish & Friends! We are pleased to welcome Aneri Garg and Noelle Helder as our speakers for June 2019. Aneri and Noelle are M.Sc candidates conducting research in The Green Lab at University of Alberta. They will share their research to understand fish community dynamics on restored coral reefs.
Join Amy Lee and learn about some of the most common Gobies and Blennies that you can find in the Sea of Cortez.
Experience some of the most wonderful diving the Bay Islands of Honduras have to offer by joining trip leader Janna Nichols on REEF’s Field Survey to CoCo View Resort, located on a secluded key in Roatan.