[MARMAM] Registration open for 2021 TWM Virtual Workshop: Species in the Spotlight

tracie merrill traciemerrill at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 14 09:45:26 PST 2021

The Whale Museum in Friday Harbor, WA, is holding a virtual “Species in the Spotlight” workshop in partnership with NOAA.  Taking place the weekend of February 10-12, 2021, the intent is to learn about the species highlighted by NOAA that are most likely going to go extinct in the near future and what on-going recovery efforts, research, and education efforts are underway to prevent their extinction.

This workshop is ideal for those wishing to continue their education as a naturalist or for those who simply love marine life and want to know more! Presentations will be given virtually (through Zoom) by NOAA researchers and managers on: Atlantic Salmon Gulf of Maine Distinct Population Segment (DPS)<http://www.greateratlantic.fisheries.noaa.gov/stories/2015/may/14_species_in_the_spotlight__gulf_of_maine_atlantic_salmon_dps.html>, Central California Coast Coho Evolutionarily Significant Unit (ESU), Cook Inlet Beluga Whale (DPS), Hawaiian Monk Seal, Pacific Leatherback Sea Turtle, Sacramento River Winter-run Chinook (ESU), Southern Resident Killer Whale (DPS), White Abalone, and North Atlantic Right Whale. This workshop will include 3 half-day sessions going from approximately 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (Pacific Time) each day. Zoom link(s) and agenda will be emailed to registrants closer to the start of the course.
Tuition is $90 for Museum/SSAMN members/Orca Adopters or $115 for non-members.  Registration is available via The Whale Museum’s website, https://whalemuseum.org/products/twmvwspeciesinthespotlight .
             For more information, contact Tracie Merrill via email at tracie at whalemuseum.org.

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