November Fish of the Month: Marsh Killifish Fundulus confluentus Dr. Geoffrey Smith NWFSC Biology Instructor This month will feature another fish whose coloration matches the season, at least among the males. The Marsh Killifish is a small fish species with a maximum size of about 3-4 inches. They exhibit what is known as sexual…
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Participate in MKEI Events
MKEI provides outreach opportunities, cultivating exploration of environmental sciences through hands-on encounters. Attendees gain meaningful experiences to create environmental stewards, and they build sustainable action through explorative environmental connections.
Volunteer at MKEI Events
Our Annual Family Estuary Festival is our largest event, and requires lots of volunteers to provide a fun learning experience to the almost 1,200 attendees every year. But volunteers are also needed at other events throughout the year, and occasionally for projects. Contact our office or follow us on social media for opportunities.
Intern with MKEI
A variety of opportunities exist within MKEI to assist with our projects and events. Previous internships and work study positions have included assisting with the Oyster Reef Faunal Assessment.
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Our scientists frequently discuss their research findings and present their data to our blog. MKEI is also proud to feature guest bloggers from other environmental influencers in our area. Head over to our blog to see catch up on the latest MKEI environmental reports!
October Fish of the Month: Red Drum Sciaenops occelatus Dr. Geoffrey Smith NWFSC Biology Instructor A fish whose coloration and life history match the start of the fall season. Red Drum, more commonly referred to as Redfish by most (or Channel Bass if you’re from a bit farther north on the Atlantic coast) are a…