In January 2015, Reef Check Course Director and SCUBASiren, Nikole Ordway-Heath, from Florida was asked to come down to Tobago to get a Reef Check Team started. The scientists, Aljoscha Wothke and Lanya Fanovich, from Environmental Research Institute Charlotteville (ERIC) arranged for Nikole to come down to teach the Reef Check Eco Diver course to […]
On March 6, Siren Jessica did a presentation on Sea Turtle Nesting at Force-E Scuba Center in Boca Raton. The night started out with the life cycle of a sea turtle. Jessica explained that sea turtles will return to the beach they were born at to nest their eggs and she explained the difference in […]
So naturally the Sirens feel right at home under the water since we are all scuba divers and when Ximena Olds offered us a new water challenge, we of course accepted! Ximena Olds is a professional photographer with Immersion Photography and has won many competitions with her photos from all over the world. She […]
Sirens Willie, Maya, Jessica, Lindsay, and guest Siren Cassie came out to help Diveheart on January 29th. We hosted an amazing Diveheart Scuba Experience, to help children, adults, and Veterans with disabilities imagine the possibilities in their lives. The day was a huge success filled with smiles, music, mermaids, and diving. Everyone had such a […]
Sirens Maya, Missy, and Nikole went out diving together in Pompano Beach off the boat the Sea Siren. Our first dive was to the Ancient Mariner where Siren Nikole and Siren Maya dove with the mermaid tail…yep thats right ‘real-life’ mermaids on this dive. Lots of neat fish on this wreck, and Siren Missy got […]
Just recently, the SCUBASirens got an article about our group at the Examiner.com Click here for the article. The article was written by Hope Wilkos who we met at a recent Diveheart Event in Palm Beach Gardens. Thanks Hope for introducing the SCUBASirens to your readers!
The SCUBASirens were busy in 2013…we had a lot of diving adventures. Check out our slideshow
The Reef Environmental Education Foundation is in the fish business. Well, the counting fish business. They have over 175,000 surveys and 14,000 volunteers! I, SCUBASiren Lindsay, recently recently became a volunteer, which is as easy as making an account on their website REEF.org. The technique REEF uses for fish identification will not affect […]
What an experience to cherish! My travels to the north shore of Haiti with Reef Check to teach 15 university students the PADI Open Water Diver course, are the reasons I, (Maya Shoup) became a PADI instructor. Not only to make a difference in an individual’s life, but to also raise awareness for our ocean […]
We are super excited to be launching our new website…please feel free to search through our site and learn more about us. Although some parts of this site are still in the works…but we will hopefully have this all up and running soon!