Calling all fishwatchers! Join us on May 15, 2013 at 8pm EDT, for “Cleanliness is next to Fishiness: All About Cleaning Stations”, highlighting many of Ned’s unique cleaning station photographs. We’ll be live, online for this fish behavior class, via REEF’s free online Fishinar series. REEF (Reef Environmental Education Foundation) offers some great outreach programs for scuba divers, snorkelers and fish enthusiasts including the Fishinars, a.k.a. webinars, that are so much fun. The presentation will be followed by a Q & A session. This is fishy fun in the comfort of your own home. Fishinars are free, but you must join REEF (membership is also free) to be able to register. Once registered, you’ll receive a confirmation with details on how to log on. Visit http://www.reef.org/resources/webinars to register for this or other REEF webinars (including an upcoming Sharkinar). Hope you can join us!
BlennyWatchers Live, Online
May 11, 2013
Categories: Natural History
Tags: Blennywatcher, Cleaning stations, fishinar, fishwatching, Lysmata amboinensis, REEF