Ned DeLoach is to present a “fishinar” on (this) Wednesday 15 May at 8pm EST. The free talk, entitled “Cleanliness is next to Fishiness: All About Cleaning Stations” is free and open to anyone with web access after registration. It will feature many of Ned’s amazing behavior photographs and will have a Q&A session.
Ned DeLoach will be presenting one of his popular fish behavior talks as part of the Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) free Fishinar series. Ned’s talk, “Cleanliness is next to Fishiness: All About Cleaning Stations,” will be live online on May 15, 2013 at 8pm EDT. The presentation, which will highlight many of Ned’s unique fish behavior photographs, will be followed by a Q&A session.
REEF’s Fishinars (a.k.a. webinars) are open to divers, snorkelers and devout landlubbers alike. Anyone wanting to learn more about reef fish is welcome. This is fishy fun in the comfort of your own home. A microphone or webcam is not needed in order to participate.
Although the Fishinars are free, participants must join REEF (membership is also free) to be able to register. Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation with details on how to log on. To register for Ned’s May 15th talk or for other fishinars, please visit the REEF webinars page.
About REEF: The Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) was founded in 1990, out of growing concern about the health of the marine environment, and the desire to provide the SCUBA diving community a way to contribute to the understanding and protection of marine populations. REEF links the diving community with scientists, resource managers, and conservationists through marine life data collection and related activities. REEF maintains a no-fee membership that includes divers and non-divers alike, all with an interest in the marine environment. For more information, visit the REEF website.
About Ned DeLoach: Co-author of nine marine life field guides, including Reef Fish Behavior: Florida Caribbean Bahamas and co-founder of REEF, Ned writes columns for Alert Diver, Scuba Diving and Sport Diver magazines. He presents his marine life behavior talks to audiences around the world at dive resorts, schools and public aquariums. For more information his FishID website.