[Coral-List] Bahamas and Costa Rica Field Stations

Tara Short mstarashort at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 4 19:00:58 EST 2004

******Attention College Professors*****

Please forward

Field Stations are available for College Professors and their students in 
the Bahamas and Costa Rica

About The Institute
The Institute for Ecological Field Studies Ltd offers international programs 
that promote the study of endangered environments through first hand 
observation and field-based instruction.  For the past 15 years, junior high 
and high school teachers, along with college professors have participated in 
our programs located in the Bahamas and in Costa Rica.

We are inviting COLLEGE PROFESSORS to take advantage of our remote locations 
and excellent facilities to further their research or to conduct an 
environmental studies program of their own design. Each location offers a 
unique biological and cultural laboratory. COLLEGE EDUCATORS RECRUITING 7 
AIR. For information about dates, costs, and activities please contact our 
Education Director, Tara Short by email shorttara at hotmail.com or phone 

Don’t forget to visit our website at www.seafish.com

Space is filling quickly. We are taking reservations for 2005 Winter, Spring 
Break, and May Term now.

Educational topics vary depending on the groups needs. Special focus may 
include tropical marine ecology, natural resource management, coral 
development and conservation, ornithology, fish identification and behavior, 
oceanography, climatology, Bahamian culture and history, botany, herpetology 
and various environmental issues. Activities include snorkeling on primary 
reef systems, kayaking, drift-snorkeling, island exploration, caving, beach 
surveying and more.

Costa Rica:
This rainforest eco-educational adventure is a perfect place to study an 
introduction to rainforest ecology, botany, herpetology, ornithology, 
entomology, Costa Rican history and culture, and rainforest conservation. 
Activities include day and night hikes through rainforest habitats such as 
primary and secondary forest, lowland swamps, and across black sand beaches. 
In addition, participants will experience waterfall repelling, gold panning, 
horseback riding, and dolphin watching

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