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A new generation of coral and schools of fish greet us in the Florida Keys.

A new generation of coral and schools of fish greet us in the Florida Keys.

August 26, 2010 – Ned and I arrive in the Florida Keys for the REEF Key Largo Field Survey and Coral Conservation trip. Our first stop is a visit to Stephen Frink’s studio to present him with a press copy of Reef Creature Identification: Tropical Pacific. The book has kept us all extraordinarily busy all summer, not to mention the five years plus required to capture the 2000 images. It was so exciting to finally receive … Read entire article »

Filed under: Behavior, Coral Spawning, Florida Diving, Florida Keys

Fishwatching in the Florida Keys

Fishwatching in the Florida Keys

We’re off to Key Largo to lead the 2009 REEF Sea Critter seminar at Amoray Dive Resort. Our good friend Claire Davies has flown into Jacksonville to accompany us on the 400-mile road trip and we’re facing our biggest challenge of the week: how to get everything packed into the car. Ned wonders aloud how I can travel half way around the world and live out of two fifty pound suitcases for seven weeks but … Read entire article »

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