NEWS & EVENTS - Spring 2014
Russia is a hot topic right now - there's more to watch than Crimea, there is a critically endangered gray whale population off Sakhalin Island that people often overlook. Dr. Glenn Gailey (Cascadia Research Collective) will tell us about it on Wed. April 16th Speaker Series meeting !! ...more
Meetings are almost always 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 6, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle, just north of the Woodland Park Zoo. Directions to meeting. The doors open at 7, the meeting starts at 7:30, and ends before 9 pm.
If you'd like to see what you've missed, see any of the past Speaker Series pages, such as 2009-2010 Speaker Series. The ACS/PS Speaker Series programs are all completely free to the public (although donations to help pay for the venue are always appreciated).
ACS/PS has a storefront on Zazzle, with some cool stuff that features feature artwork from Bonnie Gretz and Uko Gorter. View our merchandise page or go straight to our storefront: www.zazzle.com/acspugetsound.
to K Pod recordings from the VHP
What makes ACS/PS unique? and Why Help?
The Puget Sound Chapter of the American Cetacean Society (ACS/PS) is centered in Seattle, Washington, where members from all parts of the Northwest join together to work to protect whales, dolphins, porpoises, and their habitats through research, education, and conservation. [more About ACS/PS]
For more information about the Puget Sound Chapter of the American Cetacean Society, contact us at .
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P.O. Box 2341 - Kirkland, WA 98083-2341
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