JOIN THE EXPERTS: EXPERIENCE THE UNDERWATER WONDERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
From shipwrecks to coral reefs to bridges, many underwater sites in Palm Beach County are becoming increasingly popular among divers and snorkelers for the remarkable abundance and diversity of unusual marine life they support.
May 17th: THE DOLPHINS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY (non-diving): Join Zoo Conservation Biologist Larry Wood and Dr. Barbara Brunnick of Jupiter's Taras Oceanographic Foundation for a closer look at the wild dolphins that frequent the waters of Palm Beach County. For many years, Dr. Brunnick has been photographically cataloging the bottlenose and spotted dolphins found in our waters, and has compiled the only information available about the abundance and population structure of these marvelous members of our local marine community. Host: Jim Abernethy's Scuba Adventures, Riviera Beach
This program include a morning classroom session and an afternoon field component, and can be extended to more than one day upon request.
One-day Program: $120 per person includes classroom instruction, a guided two-tank dive aboard local professional dive charters, and post-dive discussion. $45 per person for classroom session only. Group/student rates available, as are accommodations for out-of-town guests at select hotels. An open- water dive certification is required to participate in all diving activities.
Customize your own program! If you have an interested group, special topic, and/or other dates in mind that aren't on the schedule, we may be able to accommodate you!
ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE PALM BEACH ZOO'S CONSERVATION MISSION, AND WILL DIRECTLY BENEFIT THE FLORIDA HAWKSBILL RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION PROGRAM
To reserve your spot and/or for more information contact Larry Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org