Estuary EDventures’ field trips are hosted at the Tampa Bay Watch Auer Marine Education Center in Tierra Verde, Florida. Field trips are facilitated by experienced educators with degrees in biology, marine biology, and environmental sciences and are aligned to Sunshine State Standards. Programs are designed to engage students in hands-on, experiential labs and field activities focused on the estuarine environment. Whether seining, dissecting, or identifying, students learn basic science principles and leave feeling inspired. Financial assistance available for qualifying schools. Read more about our field trip programs.
ESTUARY EDVENTURES FIELD TRIPS
“I have been teaching for many years and this is, without a doubt, my favorite field trip. It is engaging, professional, exciting, and wonderful hands-on learning. Thank you!” - Bay Point Elementary School
“I have been coming to Tampa Bay Watch with students for the past five years and it just keeps getting better and better every year. I don't think there are any improvements that can be made. My students really loved the program and the teachers were very engaged and high-energy.” - Gulf Beaches Elementary Magnet School
“The students had a great time and the classes inspired questions and further learning at home. The staff was great with the students and we appreciated the chance to visit and learn with Tampa Bay Watch.” - Nature Coast Homeschoolers
"I want to compliment the staff for being so amazing with my students. I have several students with disabilities and they were very understanding and so enthusiastic. We loved our visit!” - North Shore Elementary School