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July 2020

Afternoons at the Aquarium

July 9, 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
free

Every Thursday in June and July, marine educators at the UGA Aquarium will host virtual programs designed to inspire wonder and curiosity about the coast by featuring different activities and animals. These afternoons at the aquarium will include a mix…

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Sharks and Rays 101

July 10, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

Did you know that clearnose skates lay delicate egg cases commonly called mermaid’s purses? See a mermaid’s purse and a baby skate yourself during this virtual event. Learn about the incredible diversity of sharks around the word before exploring why…

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Skull Puzzles

July 14, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
free

Put on your zoologist cap and join educator Anne Lindsay for some skull sleuthing. Learn about the form and function of various animal skulls and examine a variety of specimens from our teaching collection at the UGA Aquarium. Sharpen your…

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Afternoons at the Aquarium

July 16, 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
free

Every Thursday in June and July, marine educators at the UGA Aquarium will host virtual programs designed to inspire wonder and curiosity about the coast by featuring different activities and animals. These afternoons at the aquarium will include a mix…

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Meet Our Fleet

July 21, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
free

All aboard! Join us for a virtual tour of the UGA aquarium’s fleet of educational and research vessels with boat captains Todd Recicar and Dodie Sanders. Learn about how the aquarium uses boats for research, animal collections and educational field…

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Afternoons at the Aquarium

July 23, 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
free

Every Thursday in June and July, marine educators at the UGA Aquarium will host virtual programs designed to inspire wonder and curiosity about the coast by featuring different activities and animals. These afternoons at the aquarium will include a mix…

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Student Blog

  • Early stage reflections on pursuing a career in fisheries conservation

    [caption id="attachment_8319" align="alignright" width="246"] Guy Eroh holds a Suwannee bass. Photo by Alex Pelletier.[/caption] For as long as I can remember, I have thought that fish are the most fascinating creatures in the world which is why I am dedicating my life to fisheries conservation. As a student at the University of Georgia, I told my peers that I studied…
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