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Announcing the Second Annual Lembeh Fish and Critter Hunt

Announcing the Second Annual Lembeh Fish and Critter Hunt

Dive with Ned and Anna DeLoach in the legendary waters of Lembeh Strait each June, beginning in 2012. Hosted by Lembeh Cottages If you love marine life, then there is no better place to be during June 2012 than at Lembeh Cottages with Ned and Anna DeLoach co-authors of the best-selling series of marine identification field guides, including Reef Fish Identification – Tropical Pacific and Reef Creature Identification – Tropical Pacific, and the marine life columns “Encounters” in Alert … Read entire article »

Filed under: Indonesia, Lembeh

Reef Creature Identification – Tropical Pacific arrives!

Reef Creature Identification – Tropical Pacific arrives!

October 4, 2010 – “The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.” ~Robert Louis StevensonNed opens the Authors’ Note for his and Paul Humann’s new field guide Reef Creature Identification: Tropical Pacific with this favorite quote, which gives me pause to reflect back on the happy days we’ve had the past five years hunting for critters in the Pacific. We typically spent five hours a day … Read entire article »

Filed under: New Book

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