Conservation Canines: Tracking a Subtle Scent, a Dog May Help Save the Whales
When: Wednesday, Oct 9, 2013 | 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
Dr. Samuel Wasser, director of the Center for Conservation Biology at the University of Washington, has developed non-invasive wildlife monitoring methods, including genetic, endocrine, and detection dog techniques. His team employs Conservation Canines to track endangered species, including orcas in the Pacific Northwest. Hear him talk about this unique program and current research.
Cost: $5 for public; FREE for Aquarium members, seniors age 62 and up, teachers, and students with valid ID and advanced reservations.
Tickets: You can purchase tickets online for this lecture. You will need to select the option from the menu, correct time, and date on the following pages. Aquarium members, seniors age 62 and up, teachers, and students must call to RSVP (562)[masked], ext. 0
Parking in the garage is $8.
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