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Friday, February 9



GRNMS OFF 2018

Trustees Theater
216 E. Broughton Street, Savannah, GA
7:00 PM

Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary

Earth is Blue

Stories from the Blue: Nathaniel Linville

The Great Lakes Big Five Dive

Stories from the Blue: Bruce Popham

Stories from the Blue: Peter Taliva'a

Sylvia Earle Visits the Gulf of California Hope Spot

Solidarity and the Art of Sustainable Lobster Fishing

The Hama Hama Way

The Snail-Smashing, Fish-Spearing, Eye-Popping Mantis Shrimp

The Not So Silent World

Sea Urchins Pull Themselves Inside Out to Be Reborn

Blue Serengeti, Robert Nixon

Blue Serengeti

Vaster than the Great Serengeti Parks of Africa, the Pacific Ocean is brimming with its own predators who swim across the ocean to feed on the abundant prey in the waters of the California National Marine Sanctuaries. Renowned Stanford University marine biologist, Dr. Barbara Block, uses cutting edge camera tags to track the movements of marine creatures, giving us a rare, first-hand perspective on the life of a great white shark.

Click here to watch film trailer, and click here to learn more about the movie.

Schedule Subject to Change

For more information or questions, please contact
Chris Hines, chris.hines@noaa.gov or 912.598.2397.


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