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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

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