Current Projects

  • Manatees

    S2S manatee conservation specialists are providing the science and education to conserve the manatee and its habitat. Manatees have been a source of deep fascination for humans through the ages.
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  • Sea Turtles

    NESTS is a free, community-based educational outreach program that encourages the public to engage in simple activities that benefit nesting sea turtles, their nests, and their hatchlings.
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  • Right Whales

    S2S scientific data contributed to the decision to lower ship speeds in areas along the South Carolina and Georgia coastline. The result? Zero right whale mortality from ship strike during the five-year trial period.
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From the Field

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Manatees Clay and Stokes released to the wild!

S2S scientists will be tracking them for the next several months to ensure they safely re-adapt to their environment. There are four phases in helping a manatee in distress: Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release and Monitor. Many partners come together in the MRP (Manatee Rescue & Rehabilitation Partnership) to cover the four phases. S2S ...

Now Enrolling Eco-Explorers Ages 13-18!

Looking for a science-based camp for your child this summer?

Upcoming Events & Expeditions

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Eco-Explorer is an exclusive overnight camp that combines classroom learning with a vigorous schedule of outdoor field trips and hands-on activities to create the ultimate camp experience for budding marine biologists! It’s currently desi...

Join Snooty on Saturday, July 18, 2015 from 10 am until 2 pm at the South Florida Museum, Bishop Planetarium and Parker Manatee Aquarium. This annual event will celebrate Snooty’s 67th birthday and promote wildlife awareness. The even...