MARCH 8TH, 2023
Mollusks That We Love
The Port Townsend Marine Science Center's Aquarium is home to pinto abalone and giant Pacific octopus. Both of these mollusk species are important to PTMSC's mission of
marine conservation, but in very different ways. What do these species and projects have in common? What sets them apart?
Presenter: PTMSC's Aquarium Curator, Ali Redman,
MARCH 1ST, 2023
Learn about Bioluminescence with Friends of Fort Flagler
Have you seen the waves hit the shore and glisten? Ever wonder what it is and what causes it?
Where should you go to see it? Join Sam Kaviar from Olympic Kayak Tours to learn about this
Presenter: Sam Kaviar
FEBRUARY 22, 2023
Cougars in Jefferson County
Presenters: Sara Penhallegon, Founder and Executi of Center Valley Rescue in Quilcene
Jefferson County is home to these beautiful, misunderstood and feared creatures. In 2020 a cougar showed up the Center Valley Animal Rescue. Join us to learn more about cougar behavior, what to avoid, what do to if you see one and how we call all help keep them and us safe. We’ll also have the pleasure of hearing Sara Penhallegon tell us about the visiting cougar.
JANUARY 25th, 2023
Northern Elephant Seals in the Pacific Northwest
Presenters: Casey Mclean and Michelle Rivard
Update:The Acrobats of Puget Sound!
learn more about Northern elephant seal natural history and distribution. We will also discuss common causes of stranding in Northern elephant seals, field assessments and our recent hospital cases.
JANUARY 27th, 2022
Update: The Acrobats of Puget Sound!
Dr. Greg Frankfurter
Update:The Acrobats of Puget Sound! Ever wonder what type of marine mammals can climb to the top of a jetty or buoy? Or wonder what just porpoise out of the water with such grace? Join Dr. Greg Frankfurter to learn about these acrobatic and curious neighbors, we call sea lions. Dr. Frankfurter will discuss their lifecycle, successes, challenges and where to find them.
FEBRUARY 17th, 2021
The Acrobats of Puget Sound!
Dr. Greg Frankfurter
Greg Frankfurter 's presentation is about these acrobatic and curious neighbors, we call sea lions. Dr. Frankfurter discusses their lifecycle, successes, challenges and where to find them in the Puget Sound.
Dr. Greg Frankfurter is the veterinarian at SR3 (Sealife Response+Rehab+Research) and he has made it his career to work in wildlife rehabilitation.
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