What to Expect
Venture to the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, while exploring the ecology and significance of a barrier island. Kayak through a mangrove system and spot fishing ospreys plunging from the sky toward their prey, as egrets wade through prop roots and oysters.
Gain a whole new understanding of sharks through a spiny dogfish dissection. Snorkel through a seagrass community and use a dip net to collect seahorses, crabs, urchins and other underwater denizens.
On this outdoor educational field trip, students will become a citizen scientist by gathering real data on biodiversity and water quality that helps monitor estuary health. Practice environmental stewardship through a coastal cleanup and learn how to better sustain the well-being of all watersheds.
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