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Picturing Conservation: Nature Photography Workshop

By Jonathan Lavan, Nature Photographer and Ocean Connectors Advisory Board Member Photography is truly unique among art forms. It is the only medium where you can freeze time, immortalizing a moment forever. Whether it’s a significant occurrence in history or…

A Partnership Ten Years in the Making

By Amanda Grant-Stout, Living Coast Discovery Center Director of Education Did you know there are green sea turtles living in San Diego Bay? Ask any of the 800 4th graders that attend an Ocean Connectors field trip to the Living…

Environmental Education: A Policy Perspective

By Amy Knight, Scripps Graduate Student and Ocean Connectors Volunteer I have always believed that a connection to the environment is essential to personal wellbeing. However it wasn’t until I became a teacher that I realized the equal value and…

907 Kids Practice Distance Learning in Nayarit

The term “pen-pal” originated back in the 1930’s, and it has been a popular form of communication ever since, even in today’s digital age. The excitement of communicating over long distance is especially memorable during our childhood, when we are…

Bird Bulletin: Join the Expert!

By Robert Mraz, SeaWorld San Diego Aviculturist It’s a mild, overcast morning near the salt ponds in Imperial Beach. The faint sound of construction across the Bayshore Bikeway is mixed with sounds of rabbits rustling in the salt bushes and…

Over 1,000 Children Reached in Mexico

Ocean Connectors completed another successful trip to spread environmental awareness in Nayarit, Mexico! During September 13 to October 13, the Ocean Connectors Director traveled to San Francisco, Mexico (“San Pancho” for short), where she visited 11 public elementary schools. She…

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