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Sensational Seas Two Released!

Sensational Seas Two Released!

March 16, 2010 – The Sensational Seas Two DVDs are here! I wasn’t expecting them until next week, a day or two before we fly to New Jersey for the debut at Beneath the Sea, but Debbie Hardin and Greg Helstrup of Collateral Resources came through a week ahead of schedule. As we freed the first box from the pallet strapping, Ned and I marveled at the size of the total shipment. We had the same number of … Read entire article »

Filed under: New Book, Reef Environmental Education Foundation

A visit with the Reef Environmental Education Foundation

A visit with the Reef Environmental Education Foundation

July/August 2009 – Florida July 31, Jacksonville, Florida Twenty years ago, Paul and Ned published the first edition of their Reef Fish Identification, Florida Caribbean Bahamas. Two decades later they still consider it a work in progress and spend a lot of time updating the images and information in their popular field guides. During the research for the first edition, they realized that there was not a lot of information in the published literature about … Read entire article »

Filed under: Florida Diving, Florida Keys, Jacksonville Diving, Reef Environmental Education Foundation

Diving in Jacksonville, the Great Annual Fish Count and a visit from Reefnet

Diving in Jacksonville, the Great Annual Fish Count and a visit from Reefnet

June 2009 – Jacksonville, FL Back home from the Keys, we can’t send Claire back to New York without a birthday celebration. In what is now an annual tradition, Richard Salkin and John Hancock join us for the bonne fête and our son Doug, a trained chef, creates a fish-themed cake for Claire. This year he has her swimming with sharks. We planned our schedule this year to be home most of the summer – the first … Read entire article »

Filed under: Florida Diving, Jacksonville Diving, Reef Environmental Education Foundation