HAPPENING NOW: Whales In Your Neighborhood @ Constellation Park

Today, you don’t have to wait for a whale sighting off West Seattle shores to learn about the “Whales In Your Neighborhood” – just go check in with The Whale Trail and friends at Constellation Park before 2 pm, as previewed on our calendar. It’s part of Orca Awareness Month – next local event, a cleanup at Alki one week from today and a Whale Trail-presented talk on vessel traffic’s effect on whales – info’s all here.

3 Replies to "HAPPENING NOW: Whales In Your Neighborhood @ Constellation Park"

  • Donna, The Whale Trail June 3, 2017 (3:58 pm)

    Thanks WSB! We had a great time talking about whales today, and are always inspired by the people we meet and the level of concern and interest people have for the orcas. If we can turn that interest into actions that will help them (restore salmon! reduce toxin inputs! watch whales from shore!), we can turn this around for the southern residents (J, K and L pods). Thanks to everyone who stopped by, to Kersti Muul for volunteering and to Orca Network and Whale Scout for organizing. Hope to see you all at our next Orca Talk, June 22 at Dakota Place Park. Tickets at http://bpt.me/2974083. Till then, see you on The Whale Trail! 

  • nw June 3, 2017 (6:11 pm)

    Although cleaning litter along and around  alki may help dense areas like the junction, capitol hill, downtown seattle surrounding neighborhoods are where you make the most impact and where I see the most amount of litter year round litter which once we getting heavy rain becomes storm water pollution. 

  • Karen June 3, 2017 (8:52 pm)

    The whale talk was VERY informative and well presented. Speaker Donna has an approach to conservation that was so non-threatening and refreshingly  collaborative.

    We could all take some life lessons from her!


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