Join CBF’s Education department for an engaging CBF Online Watershed Learning (OWL) program to explore fish adaptations in the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem—the good, the bad, and the ugly! See how different fish dress themselves up according to where they live, who they eat, and who preys upon them. Learn how to make observations about the placement, size, and shape of fish fins, eyes, and mouth and uncover the reasons behind their scale coloration and pattern. By the end of this webinar, you will not only know why rockfish fins are so sharp but will also learn more about the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams.
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- Morgan Jones, CBF Port Isobel West Manager and Educator
Morgan has been an educator with CBF for over two years. For the majority of that time, she has been leading interactive environmental programs with students and teachers in the tidal waters around Port Isobel, which is located near Tangier, Virginia, in the middle of the Bay. In her free time, Morgan enjoys hiking, paddling, and crabbing throughout the watershed.
- Kris Belessis, CBF Philip Merrill Environmental Center Assistant Program Manager and Educator
Kris is the Philip Merrill Education Assistant Program Manager and Educator at CBF. In her time at CBF, she has connected hundreds of students to the Bay by paddling with them on Black Walnut Creek, teaching them how to seine for fish, and showing them how to be stewards for their local watershed. When Kris isn’t working, she enjoys gardening by day and bonfires by night.
- Ochae Bynam, Potomac River Assistant Manager and Educator
A 2018 graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Ochae started working at CBF in early 2020. He enjoys sharing knowledge on how people can impact their environment and the Bay. When he is not in the field or teaching, he is traveling or cutting hair for friends and family.
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