Students completing estuary connection.
All Classroom Programs
Ranger led: Yes
Program length: 1 hour
Standards based: Yes
Group size: minimum 15
School's responsibility: Classroom or auditorium for presentation
Park's responsibility: Ranger & Program materials
For more information: Call (305)230-7275 x 08 or e-mail us
Sea Turtle Journey
Students can learn the natural history and the perils facing sea turtles through story time with a National Park Ranger, followed by an activity illustrating the important role students play in sea turtle conservation. Programs conducted April - Mary on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.
To register for Sea Turtle Journey click here
Coral Reef Connection
We will bring the reef to you! A ranger will present a hands-on discovery of coral, why it is important and what students can do to keep reefs in Biscayne and around the world healthy. Programs conducted April - May on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.
To register for Coral Reef Connection program click here
What DO You Do?
Your students will be introduced to National Parks and the four ecosystems of Biscayne National Park while learning about careers as a National Park Ranger. This program is designed to be portable and can be presented in a classroom or library setting. Programs conducted April - May on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.
To register for What DO you do? click here
Invasive Lionfish Dissection
The lionfish invasion has spread from Biscayne's waters to your classroom! Park rangers will present an introduction to invasive species and the lionfish invasion the park. Students will then have the opportunity to perform a ranger-guided dissection of captured lionfish and perform a stomach content analysis.
All dissection materials and lionfish will be provided. Maximum class size is 20 students. Rangers can conduct 2 presentations per school visit. This program is conducted October-February on Wednesdays only.
To register for Lionfish Dissection click here