Salmon in the spotlight at The Whale Trail’s next event

February 17, 2014 at 11:10 am | In West Seattle news, Wildlife | Comments Off

(Photo by Lloyd Moody)
No salmon, no Puget Sound resident orcas. Find out how the fish are doing at The Whale Trail‘s next event, just announced:

The Whale Trail Presents: Salmon Recovery Efforts in Puget Sound
Presentation by Jeanette Dorner, Puget Sound Partnership

Thursday, February 27, 2014, 7 – 9 PM
C & P Coffee Company, 5612 California Ave SW
$5 suggested donation, kids free.
Tickets available: brownpapertickets.com

Salmon are the key to the recovery of the endangered southern resident orcas. How are the salmon populations of Puget Sound doing, and what can we do to help?

Jeanette Dorner, Puget Sound Partnership, will discuss the current health of salmon populations in Puget Sound, what kinds of challenges salmon face for their continued survival, and what people are doing to recover salmon populations to healthy harvestable levels in Puget Sound.

Jeanette is the manager of the Ecosystem and Salmon Recovery Program at the Puget Sound Partnership and coordinates the regional partnership to implement the federal ESA Puget Sound Chinook Salmon Recovery Plan.

Join us on February 27 to learn more about this iconic species.

Buy tickets ahead of time and we’ll save you a seat! And hurry – this will likely sell out.

This is the second in a series of Orca Talks 2014 presented by The Whale Trail. The event also features updates from Laura James (tox-ick.org) and Seal Sitters, and photography from Judy Lane.

Don’t wait to get tickets – it’s usually a sellout crowd.

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