The Whale Museum's 2017 Summer Lecture Series

Date:
July 17 - Sept. 26
Time:
6:30 p.m.
Sponsored By:
Admission Information:

Free

Join us for our summer lecture series as shown below:

Monday, July 17 - Lynne Barre, NOAA - 15th Anniversary of Springer's Homecoming

Tuesday, July 25 - Kendra Smith, San Juan County - Community Solutions for Orca Recovery

Tuesday, August 1 - Colette Yee, Center for Conservation Biology with Dr. Deborah Giles - Conservation Canines:  How Misfit Dogs are Helping our Southern Resident killer whales

Friday, August 11 - Dr. Nancy Maryboy, Indigenous Education Institue & Dr. Laura Peticolas, UC Berkeley - The August 21st Eclipse, Western Science & Indigenous Peoples' Perspective

Tuesday, August 22 - Dr. Frances Robertson, SMRU Consulting - Tidal Attraction:  Marine Mammals & Renewable Energy Developments

Thursday, September 7 - Krista Trounce & Orla Robinson, ECHO Project/Port of Vancouver Volunteer Piloted Vessel Slow Trail in Haro Strait 

Thursday, September 14 - Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard, Vancouver Aquarium - Genetic Comparison of Orca Populations in the NE Pacific

Tuesday, September 19 - Dr. John Durban from NOAA and Dr. Holly Fearnbach from SR3 SeaLife Response, Rehabilitation and Research will present on “Assessing whale health, with an update on drone surveys of resident killer whale condition.”

Tuesday, September 26 - Dr. Brad Hanson, NWFSC - NOAA West Coast Fisheries SRKW Research