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New Meeting: Meet the dancing humpbacks of Tonga- Slideshow/Presentation by Paul J. Mila

From: Lavanya
Sent on: Tuesday, March 4, 2008 11:58 AM
Announcing a new meeting for The Metro NYC Environmental Meetup!

What: Meet the dancing humpbacks of Tonga- Slideshow/Presentation by Paul J. Mila

When: Sunday, March 30, 1:30 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Who should come: whale lovers, adventurers, divers, conservationists, etc

Why: to have an entertaining time learning more about the humpback whales of tonga and meet the guy who swam with them!

Meeting Description: Description- Slide Show and Lecture-
Author/adventurer/diver Paul J. Mila will discuss and show slides from his latest amazing adventure in Tonga where he swam with the Humpback whales. Tonga lies south of Samoa and east of Fiji and is about a third of the way between New Zealand and Hawaii.

About Paul J. Mila-
Paul J. Mila retired after a successful career in corporate life and now devotes his time to writing, scuba diving, film making and underwater photography. Paul has photographed and dived with Caribbean reef sharks in the Bahamas, humpback whales in the Dominican Republic, and an amazing variety of sea life in Cozumel, Bonaire, Antigua and Hawaii. His underwater pictures are featured on diving web sites and are used in his novels to give non-diving readers a glimpse into the beauty of our undersea world.

Again, I would be happy to bring people in my car. If you want to drive and take people in your car, indicate that when you rsvp.
As for public transportation- you can take the Port Jefferson line to Cold Spring Harbor and the museum is about 3-4 miles from there so you can take a cab from there.

The museum charges $5 for admission.

Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum-
Paul Mila's dive site-

I think this will be fun! Looking forward to it. :-)


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