Don’t just watch whales – find out about their history and evolution, at The Whale Trail’s next West Seattle event

March 14, 2014 at 9:00 am | In Fun stuff to do, West Seattle news, Wildlife | 1 Comment

(Protocetus; image provided by The Whale Trail)
How did whales get to be whales? That’s the next installment in what we can safely say is West Seattle’s most popular lecture series – though it’s never just a lecture! – organized by The Whale Trail. And you’ll want to get your ticket now for “Biology & Evolution of Whales: The Historic Return of Mammals to the Sea,” presented by Jim Kenagy, Curator of Mammals, Emeritus, Burke Museum, and Professor of Biology, Emeritus, University of Washington. He’ll speak at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 7-9 pm Thursday, March 27th:

Why do whales and dolphins have finger bones in their flippers? Did you know that today’s cetaceans are descended from ancestors who once lived on shore, and then returned to the sea?

Join us on March 27 to hear more about this amazing chapter in evolution.

This is the third in a series of Orca Talks 2014 hosted by The Whale Trail in West Seattle. The program also features updates from “Diver Laura” James (tox-ick.org) and Seal Sitters. Buy tickets ahead of time and we’ll save you a seat!

You can do that by going to this brownpapertickets.com page. (Kids are free!)

1 Comment

  1. Thanks for helping us get the word out, WSB! This is going to be a good one. Hope to see you all there!

    Comment by Donna, The Whale Trail — 9:24 am March 15, 2014 #

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