What animals do you find in caves?! . Changing Seas teamed up with some less-salty divers to film in Florida's beautiful freshwater springs for an upcoming episode about blue holes in the Gulf of Mexico....LOOK what they found inside the cave! . . . . . @wpbt2 @kikidives @drewdivesfl @fl_tekdiver @fl.stateparks @daviddiez #cave #cavediving #science #explore #adventure #documentary #nature #otter #scuba #scubadive #underwater #beauty #love #changingseas
It’s Penguin Awareness Day! Did you know there are penguins living along Peru’s desert coastline? The country’s largest colony of Humboldt penguins lives at the Punta San Juan guano reserve, where dedicated scientists with the Punta San Juan Program have been conducting research, monitoring and conservation for over 30 years. To learn more, tune in this June for the latest season of Changing Seas!
Thank you to everyone who joined us this week for the John & Barbara Ferrera Ocean Science Lecture Series at @harborbranch featuring the screening of the Changing Seas episode “Toxic Waters” followed by a panel discussion. Learn more about this series and their upcoming lectures @harborbranch !
Where do you work? Our freelance producer, Liz Smith, walked onto the interisland ferry near her home in the San Juan Islands recently to begin her watch as the 2020 Washington State Ferry Writer-in-Residence. She’s been working on board to write the script for our upcoming episode about the 10th anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill! #writeronboard
WOW! What an amazing year it has been for us at Changing Seas. We have been busy preparing for our next season (airs June 2020!) and are taking the time this week to look back on all of our memories — from following scientists in our “backyard” in the Florida Reef Tract to traveling all the way to Hawaii and California filming incredible wildlife! What is your favorite memory from 2019? What are you looking forward to next year?
Tonight’s the night! Win or lose, we are SO honored to be nominated this year for two episodes of Changing Seas. Watch “Toxic Waters” and “Corals in Crisis” for free at changingseas.tv.