Cottonmouth snakes residing on certain Gulf coastal islands of Florida feed largely by scavenging fish that are dropped or regurgitated by colonial nesting birds. However, it hasn’t been clear whether… Read More
The Cedar Key Arts Center (CKAC), Seahorse Key Marine Laboratory (SKML), and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) are pleased to announce that Carroll Swayze, of Englewood, Florida, has been… Read More
Summer at Seahorse
Applications are now open for Summer at Seahorse!
Undergraduate and Graduate Level Courses:
We are pleased to once again offer the 10-day field courses of Coastal Conservation Biology and Island Biology.
Coastal Science High School Camp:
We are pleased to once again offer our week-long residential Coastal Science camp for high school students!
Renee Andrews -PK Younge School Marine Biology class