Join Janna Nichols and Ellie Place on the first of a four part series on how to find and identify the invertebrates you can see on your dives in the Pacific Northwest. This is a great introductory course, as well as a review for more experienced surveyors. All are welcome!
Join past REEF intern Ronnie Noonan as she discusses a shift of ecosystems from a coral reef environment to becoming dominated by macro algae and what that will mean for fish surveys.
Join underwater photographers and REEF Volunteers Carlos and Allison Estape to learn about how to find and identify Seahorses and Pipefish in the Tropical Western Atlantic.
Join celebrated marine photographers and underwater naturalists Ned & Anna DeLoach for this unique presentation and stunning pictures of the life cycle of a fish.
If you are heading to the Maldives soon, tune in for a great Fishinar and learn about some of the most common species you will see on your dives and snorkels in this species rich area!
Just in time for Halloween, this Fishinar will cover some of the sneaky fish who like to disguise themselves as other species, with a focus on fishes found in the Tropical Pacific.
Your time zone may vary - this is a live, online session that starts at 8pm Eastern time.
Join Ellie Splain, REEF's Education Program Manager, as she goes over some of the species (and lots of juveniles) that you will find diving and snorkeling in the seagrass and mangroves in the Tropical Western Atlantic.
Fish taught in this session:
Join Janna Nichols, REEF's Citizen Science Program Manager, and learn how to ID some common fish and inverts that you might find while diving at Edmonds Underwater Park in Edmonds, Washington!
Fishes covered in this session are:
Check the archives for the first two Fishinars covering fish in the Philippines, and then tune in with Amy Lee to learn even more!
Join Dr. Christy Semmens to learn about some of the unique and interesting fish that you can find in the Cayman Islands.