Pigeon Key Subtropical Workshop

Gustav W. Verderber acmaea at together.net
Thu Nov 11 15:20:44 EST 1999


March 5 - 1O, 2000
(6 days/5 nights)

Workshop Coordinator/Instructor: Professor Gustav W. Verderber

Spend an unforgettable week on an island paradise exploring the marine and
subtropical ecology of the Florida Keys.

This natural history workshop will explore the coastal and shallow submarine
ecosystems of the Florida Keys.  We will be based at the Pigeon Key Marine
Education Facility on the tiny island of Pigeon Key.  Barrier reef,
mangrove, and terrestrial communities will be included as well as a snorkel
trip to the outer reef and an all-day field trip to the Everglades.

For more information and a detailed itinerary of the workshop please visit
the "ecotravel" page at my web site:


or email me at

G.Verderber at Sciencenet.com

Workshop cost of $459.00/person includes all transportation from Pigeon Key
to field locations, meals, lodging, and instruction.

With gratitude and respect,
Gustav W. Verderber
Education * Nature Travel  * Writing * Photography * Gallery
See "FRAMING NATURE" in the summer/fall, 1999 issue of VERMONT MAGAZINE
1999-2000 Workshops: Acadia National Park/Galapagos Islands/Florida Keys
URL: http://www.GustavWVerderber.com
E-Mail: G.Verderber at Sciencenet.com
P.O. Box 83, Montgomery Ctr., VT  05471
Toll Free: (877) 560-0623

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