Greg Charbeneau joined Mystic Aquarium as the Curator of Fish & Invertebrates four years ago , bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and experience from his years of work at Sea World Florida , EPCOT Living Seas , and Sea World Ohio
has 14 years of experience with species of fish from all parts of the world , and an extensive background working with sharks , stingrays , alligators , polar bears , walrus and countless other marine animals.His
specialties include his
experience in the collection , transport and quarantine of fish , sharks and stingrays , as well as his
work in designing and constructing many aquariums and transport units.At Mystic
is responsible for the exhibits throughout the Sunlit Seas gallery
, overseeing laboratory operations and the dive safety program , which includes a team of volunteer divers.Greg
is involved in the ongoing research of sea turtle rehabilitation techniques , and coral reef research off the coast of Belize.His
fish and invertebrate knowledge is extensive , making this trip a most unique educational adventure.
Bermuda's pink sand beaches , crystal blue waters and friendly inhabitants attract beach-goers and sun-worshipers from around the world.You may have been to Bermuda before , but here's a chance to truly escape and to experience a side of the island that is seen by few.
Bermuda Biological Station for ResearchSpend a week with Mystic Aquarium
at the Bermuda Biological Station for Research , a marine education facility located near the town of St. George's.
Led by Mystic Aquarium's Curator of Fish & Invertebrates , Greg Charbeneau
, you will explore the other side of Bermuda as you snorkel on the nearby reefs , explore the island's extensive system of sinkholes and caverns , visit the island's only inland pond , investigate mangrove communities , and gain an overall understanding of Bermuda's unique ecosystems and natural history.