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Students get real excited when they catch a lobster. Is it male or female? ...

Students get real excited when they catch a lobster. Is it male or female?

Good morning ocean explorers! I wanted to give an update regarding booking your Floating Lab field trip. Rachel is back from summer break and ready to take your reservation for your schools trip. We will begin running Floating Lab trips beginning in January and end in May, but don't wait to book trips sell out quickly. The best way to get the ball rolling is to email Rachel at rachel.gustafson@sdcoe.net. If email isn't your thing, give her a call at (858) 290-5986 ...

Good morning ocean explorers!  I wanted to give an update regarding booking your Floating Lab field trip.  Rachel is back from summer break and ready to take your reservation for your schools trip.  We will begin running Floating Lab trips beginning in January and end in May, but dont wait to book trips sell out quickly.  The best way to get the ball rolling is to email Rachel at rachel.gustafson@sdcoe.net.  If email isnt your thing, give her a call at (858) 290-5986
10 months ago
San Diego Floating Lab

We got this albino urobatis halleri today, also known as a round stingray. This animal is usually brown in color as you can see by the comparison photo.
To learn more about the stingray and other residents of San Diego bay, book a 4 hour field trip for your class, club, or large group.
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We got this albino urobatis halleri today, also known as a round stingray.  This animal is usually brown in color as you can see by the comparison photo.  
To learn more about the stingray and other residents of San Diego bay, book a 4 hour field trip for your class, club, or large group.Image attachment
10 months ago
San Diego Floating Lab

The students today got to observe this Myliobatis californica aka bat ray. The bat ray is found in muddy or sandy bottoms along the eastern Pacific coast.
To learn more about this and the many other inhabitants of San Diego bay, get your class, club or large group to reserve one of our 4 hour labs. For more information contact the San Diego County Office of Education at (858) 290-5986
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The students today got to observe this Myliobatis californica aka bat ray.  The bat ray is found in muddy or sandy bottoms along the eastern Pacific coast.
To learn more about this and the many other inhabitants of San Diego bay, get your class, club or large group to reserve one of our 4 hour labs.  For more information contact the San Diego County Office of Education at (858) 290-5986
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