Coastal Lecture Series
About the Event
Florida’s Endangered Smalltooth Sawfish: Past, Present, and Future
Tonya Wiley, President, Havenworth Coastal Conservation
Learn about the prehistoric and critically endangered smalltooth sawfish, which calls Florida’s coastal waters – including the Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie Estuary – home. Find out how scientists are using cutting-edge research and global conservation efforts to protect sawfish from extinction.
This is a free, ZOOM-based lecture. Space is limited and preregistration is required.
Join us every Tuesday evening, from January 5th through March 9th, as we use Zoom to stream world-class live lectures right into the comfort of your home. These free lectures will keep you connected with science and the environment, even though COVID-19 has temporarily suspended our traditional in-person get togethers. You will experience the same fantastic caliber of speakers that you’ve come to expect from the Coastal Lecture Series, but without the added risk of gathering in a social setting. Last year’s Coastal Lecture Series broke our all-time attendance record, with more than 1,700 guests in attendance. By using technology to reach a broader audience, we hope to see even more of you as regulars in our “virtual audience” this year.