May Lunch & Learn: Endangered Sawfish of Florida: Past, Present, and Future Look
Tomorrow at 12 PM EDT
Public Anyone on or off Facebook
Join us for our May Lunch & Learn Webinar on the endangered sawfish! Sawfish are large shark-like rays that once were relatively common in Florida’s coastal waters, including the Indian River Lagoon. Now, Florida’s smalltooth sawfish is endangered and scientists are striving to learn as much as possible about this iconic and fascinating fish. During the presentation, you’ll learn interesting facts about sawfish, updates on current research projects, explanations of management tools such as the Endangered Species Act, descriptions of ways you can be involved in the recovery of sawfish, and other information about the unique and endangered smalltooth sawfish! So register today to reserve your spot!
The seminar will end with a live Q&A session, but we also recommend that participants to please email any questions you might have that relate to this topic to the MRC’s Nicole Broquet at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 30th.
This is a free virtual event, but you must register below to receive the zoom link and login information. If you are having any typical difficulties, we will be live streaming it through the MRC’s Facebook page and will be recording the presentation for future viewing!