A BALANCING ACT: UNDERSTANDING LIFE ON LOCAL REEFS
Wednesday, September 19 | 6:00 PM | South Carolina Aquarium
From shipwrecks to concrete cones, man-made structures off the South Carolina coast are teeming with life. Experience a diver's view as we uncover the importance of artificial reefs for maintaining a balanced ocean. Learn more about our new Reef Research program with Robert Martore, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources' artificial reef coordinator, and Arnold Postell, South Carolina Aquarium's senior biologist and dive safety officer. Reserve your spot now.
SCAVENGERS AND THIEVES: PROTECTING BIRDS WE CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT
Tuesday, October 9 | 6:00 PM | Charleston Museum
Birds that feast on carrion are largely unappreciated and often misunderstood. Stephen Schrabel, director of education at The Center for Birds of Prey, will shed light on a vital part of the ecosystem that is never given a second thought. This presentation will include a live bird demonstration. Reserve your spot now.
SIRENS OF THE SEA: TRACKING LOCAL MANATEE MIGRATIONS
Tuesday, November 6 | 6:00 PM | South Carolina Aquarium
Manatees, enormous yet docile marine mammals, visit the South Carolina coast annually. Despite their size, they are rarely seen. Learn more about this elusive animal and what tracking studies are uncovering with retired South Carolina Department of Natural Resources veterinarian Dr. Al Segars. Reserve your spot now.
UNEARTHING A MYSTERY: STORIES FROM MARINE MAMMAL PALEONTOLOGISTS
Wednesday, January 16 | 6:00 PM | College of Charleston, Mace Brown Building
How different are today's marine mammals from those that swam around millions of years ago? Find out during a special presentation by Dr. Bobby Bossenecker, College of Charleston adjunct lecturer. This lecture will include a tour by Sarah Michalies, Mace Brown Museum collections manager. Reserve your spot today.
LOVE ON LAND AND SEA: AN EVENING WITH RON MAGILL
Thursday, February 7 | 6:00 PM | South Carolina Aquarium
Did you forget the chocolates and flowers this year? Celebrate Valentine's Day in a unique way - with Ron Magill! Ron, a wildlife expert and photographer, will give attendees an exclusive look into the private love lives of animals. This event is for adults 21 and over - prepare to laugh and possibly blush! Reserve your spot today.
WORLD OF WONDER: WHAT LIES BENEATH
Friday, March 22 | TBD | The American Theater
Please stay tuned for details on this year's Holland Lifelong Learning Season finale.
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