A large part of our mission is public outreach which includes building up the next generation to care and be stewards of our oceans and the many diverse ecosystems and creatures they hold. Join us for an in-person camp or one of the many virtual programs we offer below. All programs are private and tailored to the group.
Each private camp is 45 minutes. Learn all about the marine mammals in South Carolina. We'll walk through a mock stranding response and learn how you can help. You'll learn about dolphin behaviors and even practice your data skills in a head to head game. Other activities may include a beach sweep, coloring, or a 'conservation conversation'.
Each session is private for your family or group (up to 8 people) and can be tailored to the ages of the group. This is a great way to learn about our work and ways you can help all year long.
*Program is designed for 8-13 year olds but younger siblings are welcome!
*Please specify ages, abilities, and any specific topics they are interested in.
Lead by outreach coordinator, Brooke Brown. Virtual experiences can be set up for schools and at home learning. Each program can be tailored! Includes 45-minute virtual field trip with Q&A.
Marine Science Career's
Learn about some of the many marine science careers out there as well as how Brooke became one, what LMMN is, and gather some really great tips for how to become a marine scientist!
All About Marine Mammals
Marine mammals are just like us! Except they live under water and have a lot of different adaptions. Learn about the characteristics of marine mammals, some of the marine mammals we see here in the Lowcountry, and how we can best help them.
Marine Mammals have been around a long time, and live in a variety of ecosystems. Learn about the many adaptations these animals have that make them successful in their environment.
Stranding feeding is a crazy cool and unique behavior that we get to see here regularly in the lowcounty. But what is it, how did it start, why do they do it, and how does it differ across the globe?
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Learn all about the unqiue, dynamic relationships bottlenose dolphins have and why they form.