Reef Watch turns 20 – monitoring dives planned

January 17, 2017|Posted in: Achievements, Citizen Science, Events

Reef Watch is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. They are inviting divers to take part in monitoring dives: –

“Never dived with Reef Watch before and unsure about what we do? Come along for a few dives and learn how to ID our wonderful marine animals and how you can help us with simple diving surveys. Reef Watch dives and training is free (but sorry, we can’t teach you how to dive).

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Here are some dates of the next dive-

 

Sunday 22st Jan- Hallett Cove, meet at 9am inform of Café, all divers welcome.

 

Tuesday 24th Jan- Port Noarlunga, meet at 9.30am in car park, all divers welcome. Option to double dive.

 

Saturday 28th Jan– boat dive to Broken Bottom, this dive is for experienced Reef Watch divers only, free boat ticket- preference based on divers RW experience.

Please email me if you would like to get on this dive as places are limited.

 

Sunday 5th February- Second Valley, meet in Jetty car park at 9.30am. All divers welcome.

 

Sunday 12th February- Port Noarlunga, meet at 9am in car park, all diver welcome. Double dive.

 

Sunday 19th February- Hallett Cove, meet at 9am inform of Café, all divers welcome.

 

Sunday 26th February– boat dive to Broken Bottom, this dive is for experienced Reef Watch divers only, free boat ticket- preference based on divers RW experience.

Please email me if you would like to get on this dive as places are limited.

 

Reef Watch training will be provided on all days except Broken Bottom dives.

 

BYO dive gear to all dives.

 

Morning tea will be provided after all dives.

 

If you plan to join any dives, please email me and provide a mobile number in case of changes to plans due to weather, etc…

 

Questions? Drop me an email.

Steve Leske

Reef Watch Project Officer

reefwatch@conservationsa.org.au

Steve Reynolds is the current President of MLSSA and is a long-standing member of the Society. Steve is a keen diver, underwater explorer, photographer and is chief author of the Society's extensive back catalogue of newsletters and journals.

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