Fishinars are REEF's brand of fun, live, interactive webinars and anyone who wants to know more about ocean life is welcome to join in. Tune in this month for a four-part course on Pacific Northwest Invertebrates and Algae, co-taught by REEF staff members Janna Nichols and Ellie Place. This comprehensive course will teach you how to identify the 60+ invertebrates and algae that are monitored in the REEF Pacific Northwest Survey Region (Alaska, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia). It will be a great resource for beginners and an opportunity for advanced surveyors to review. All you need to participate is a desktop, laptop, tablet or phone and an internet connection – no microphones or webcams are needed. You may watch alone or as a group – Fishinars are great events for dive club meetings or in classroom settings! To register for Fishinars, and view the full 2019 schedule, please visit www.REEF.org/fishinars.
Pacific Northwest Invertebrate & Algae Course: Fishinar Dates
Part 1: Tuesday, February 5, 7pm Pacific
Part 2: Thursday, February 7, 7pm Pacific
Part 3: Monday, February 11, 7pm Pacific
Part 4: Wednesday, February 13, 7pm Pacific
Can’t attend the live events? Don’t worry! REEF records all of our Fishinars, and they are posted online for you to watch anytime at www.REEF.org/fishinararchives.