Key Largo, FL. The Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) recently received prestigious recognition form a group of conservation peers. At the annual meeting of the Treasure Coast Chapter of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals, REEF was presented with the "Program of
'What we do to our planet and our oceans is going to have a significant and long-term effect on what happens to us.' Laddie Akins executive director, REEF
Have you ever wondered what mysterious fish and creatures live in and around the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary? What interesting behaviors and habits these fish and invertebrates display? Where to find different species of fish and how to i
Local dive operators and volunteers in partnership with Cozumel Reefs National Park staff are taking a lead role in helping to better understand the status and changes on marine park reefs.
Key Largo, FL. On November 4, 2002, the Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) surpassed a long awaited milestone. On that date, the 50,000th volunteer fish survey was entered into the REEF database!
REEF celebrated the Great Annual Fish Count 10th year with great success!
During recent months, there have been many reports of non-native indo-pacific and Red Sea fishes including the lionfish, which have been sighted in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. The number of lionfish observed indicates that some are surviving the winter water temperature