EventsPreventing Extinction: The Story of the Southern Resident Orcas

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Preventing Extinction: The Story of the Southern Resident Orcas

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Camano Island Library

Description

From Namu to Free Willy to Blackfish, orcas have fascinated us for generations. Sadly our Washington State marine mammal is in serious trouble.

Here in the Salish Sea, we have two very different orca ecotypes with unique diets, behaviors, social structure and culture. In this Orca Recovery Day presentation, The Orca Network will show why one of these ecotypes is thriving while the other is endangered.

Find out how you can get involved in the ongoing efforts to prevent the extinction of one of the beloved icons of the Salish Sea.

This program will not be recorded.

Contact us with questions

Request a sign language interpreter. For other event accommodations contact your local library staff. Providing at least one weeks’ notice prior to the event will help to ensure availability.

Suitable for:
Adults
Type:
Science, Math & Nature
Language:
English

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