Every year before Thanksgiving The Explorers Club in Manhattan holds a full-day convocation called “Sea Stories” for those interested in marine history/archeology, technology, film-making, exploration, marine biology/fishery management-- and exciting places to travel and watery things-to-do! This year Sea Stories was held on Saturday, November 11th. Over the years many spellbinding presentations have been enjoyed by those lucky enough to attend. This year was no different, and each presenter and presentation held special draw for us!
The spirit of the season is really a spirit of love, generosity, and kindness. It illuminates a picture into our souls and hearts as we take pause in our busy lives and remember the people around us. It is a time for reflection.
Raising Awareness for Orcas in Captivity Worldwide
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival is a annual program held in Ann Arbor, Michigan
H.L. Hunley and H.L. Hunley exhibit at the Warren Lasch Conservation Center
Recently, Channel Islands Dive Adventures (CIDA) of Oxnard, California celebrated its 10thanniversary in business: helping scuba explorers and their friends and families organize trips to some of the most stellar dive locales in southern California and around the world.
This report summarizing some of the highlights of the Halifax conference. It is written from the perspective of a conservationist attending a science conference.