Swimming in the Deep End: Fishinar Jan 20th

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Washington State
Don't be shallow - think deep thoughts!

Join us for our first REEF online Fishinar of 2015. Tuesday, January 20th at 8pm Eastern time. (one hour long)
Carlos and Allison Estape, REEF Volunteer Fish Geeks of the Highest Order :geek:, will be your instructors. They'll be covering the fish you're likely to see on the deeper portion of your dives. How to ID them, tell them apart, tidbits about them, fun memory clues, etc. for fish found in the Tropical Western Atlantic region (that includes Florida, the Caribbean, Bahamas, etc.)
So whether you live there, or travel there, you'll want to log in and see what all the fuss is about!
(it's kind of like a fun, online surface interval party for fish-heads!) :fishslap:

Coolest part is, you can learn about fish while in your bunny slippers at home, munching on popcorn!
Everyone is welcome - beginning fishwatchers to experienced ones.

REEF Fishinars are brought to you by the fishy folks at Reef Environmental Education Foundation. We've been doing online Fishinars since 2011, and have over 100 of them under our weight belts. REEF members are able to access our Fishinar archives and view them at their convenience. (that's a big hint to join REEF - which is free, so it's sort of a no-brainer).

Holler if you have any questions!
- Janna

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