Aquatic Activities: Biting Back for Conservation afternoon session

Mar 24

Aquatic Activities: Biting Back for Conservation

Aquatic activities is a specialized interactive live experience led by Georgia Aquarium educators. This program will inspire homeschool and other general public students to help protect our oceans through awareness of environmental issues and stewardship. The program will be offered once a month on the last Wednesday for the rest of the school year (March 2021 to May 2021). This program experience will last up to two hours in length per time slot with two time slots available (10:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm).

Topic: Biting Back for Conservation

Description: Sharks are a key part of maintaining the ecological balance in our oceans. However, their populations have been dwindling as they have been feared and hunted by humans for decades. In this month’s session we will take a closer look at sharks’ role in their ecosystems, threats they face and how you can help in conservation efforts.

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With your purchase, you will receive a link to access this scheduled program. 

The program will begin promptly at the designated start time and will last up to two hours. Please log in a few minutes early to link you receive in your confirmation email before the program start time to ensure there are no issues. This program does require Zoom access. 

For the program, we recommend that you have your camera on and directed toward each student per camera so that Georgia Aquarium educators may interact with your students throughout the session. Student questions and involvement are highly encouraged. 

We look forward to SEA-ing you!

Aquatic Activities: Biting Back for Conservation
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