What’s that, off the stern? New Whale Trail signs on ferries

October 20, 2011 at 10:58 am | In Seen at sea, West Seattle news, Wildlife | 2 Comments

(Click for full-size PDF of sign graphic)
So you’re on a ferry, looking out the window, or standing on the open deck, and suddenly – hey! What’s that over there? The question might be easier to answer now that West Seattle-based The Whale Trail has informational signs onboard Washington State Ferries. There are two signs on each ferry and one in each terminal. They show/describe orcas, gray whales, Dall’s porpoises, harbor seals, and California sea lions, and include QR codes you can use to get to The Whale Trail’s website from your mobile device. According to Whale Trail founder Donna Sandstrom, the Seattle Aquarium donated the graphic-design services, and the state Department of Fish and Wildlife printed the signs. (Read the official news release here.)

2 Comments

  1. Love it!

    Comment by Jasperblu — 9:24 pm October 20, 2011 #

  2. Cool!

    Comment by Westside J. — 12:32 am October 21, 2011 #

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