Marine Biodiversity Field Programs

Explore marine, coastal, and inland habitats of Puerto Rico where invasive species have been introduced.  Fish, birds, reptiles, monkeys, and a variety of flora are reshaping the habitats of the Caribbean Island. Field work includes snorkeling, hiking, and beach combing, with a goal of identifying native versus introduced species. Delve into challenges faced by natural resource managers working with stakeholders to conserve and preserve native habitats through a comparison of invasive species’ impacts in Puerto Rico to areas around the globe with introduced species of flora and fauna .

Dates: To be announced. Enrollment opens when dates are announced.

Program feeTo be announced with week-long session open enrollment.

Registration: Click on the course title to enter course and register through Pay Pal during open enrollment. You do not need a Pay Pal account to register. You do need to be signed in to the Education Hub to register for courses.

Important! Do not purchase air travel until you are notified the course has met minimum enrollment.

Maximum number of students for this session = 8