Coastal Cruisers: Ages 7-8
Must have completed first grade and turn 7 by June 1st
Take a wild ride with MarineQuest and discover the migratory species that cruise our coast. Track the movements of turtles, sharks, whales and dolphins as they travel our shores. Learn how scientists use tagging, telemetry and photo-identification to document different migratory species in our coastal waters. Experiment with ocean currents and barrier island movement. Experiment with using a compass and drawing a map. By the end of the week you'll be a certified Coastal Cruiser, too.
Field excursions include:
- Going to the beach, marsh, bird sanctuary, Center for Marine Science and NC Aquarium.
- Make a map and compass; learn how to use binoculars; go snorkeling in shallow sea grass beds; go seining, dip netting and fishing; study marine organisms life cycles; study turtle nesting and sea level rise; study the impact of overfishing on shark populations; get swallowed up by a life size Right Whale!
Program Dates and Tuition
Day of Week:
|Monday - Friday|
8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Friday pick-up/final presentation at 12:00 p.m.
Staff / Student Ratio:
|Location:||UNCW Campus - drop off at Isaac Bear Early College|
|Summer 2017 Dates:||
You must register by 5:00 p.m. the Wednesday before your program is to begin.
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