I was beginning to wonder if any other big creatures, besides the turtles, would reveal themselves in the Lime Tree bay. As I sat working at the table in the Tree House, our condo, my eyes were suddenly drawn to … Continue reading →
Tomorrow groups are going to Pennekamp or the Dry Torgugas. The weather has been great, although the evidence of the winter’s below average water tempatures is very evident. Apparently, large numbers of fish and other marine life were not able … Continue reading →
The charter bus of students and chaperones arrived Friday around 3 pm. Unbeknownst to most of them, three sea turtles swam into the “bay” as if to greet the 37th groups of GHS marine biology students. The above image … Continue reading →
This year three International Baccalaureate Art students will travel with the Marine Biology trip as a part of their IB Art studies. They will be lead by GHS art teacher Cindy Cooper.
Over 100 t-shirts were ordered! Thanks Rosanna for making this opportunity available. T-Shirt Rosanna McFadden designed a t-shirt for this year’s trip. It will print front and back, navy blue and white on turquoise shirts. Here is the basic design, … Continue reading →
Thursday, April 1 (8:30 am) until Sunday April 11 (around 5:30 pm) This is the 37th year for the GHS Marine Biology trip. We will leave on Thursday, April 1 and arrive Friday afternoon at Lime Tree Bay Resort located … Continue reading →