Ways of Whales Workshop; A Green Gift for Anyone Interested in Whales

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Why not give someone the opportunity to spend a fun and educational day on Whidbey Island, where they will have the opportunity to meet some of the region’s whale experts?  Or better yet, take advantage of a 20% discount at the Captain Whidbey Inn and make a weekend of it with that special someone.

Southern Resident Orcas, L Pod. Photo by Howard Garrett

Ways of Whales workshop – Save the Date!
Saturday, January 28, 2012
9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Camp Casey Conference Center
1276 Engle Rd., Coupeville (1/4 mile west of Keystone Ferry)
Whidbey Island, WA
Some of the region’s best experts on Pacific Northwest whales will present new information about orcas and the habitats that support them. Educational displays and materials will be available throughout the day as well.
This annual workshop has become a favorite regional gathering of whale experts and those who want to learn more about the whales. Naturalists, researchers, educators, or anyone who thrills at seeing whales and wants to know more about the amazing cetaceans that frequent our shorelines is welcome.
Cost of the workshop is $25. Lunch will be available on-site for $10. More information & registration online at: http://www.orcanetwork.org/news/events.html or by contacting Orca Network at 360-678-3451 or info@orcanetwork.org.
The Capt. Whidbey Inn is a sponsor of the Ways of Whales Workshop, and workshop participants are invited to a no-host gathering at the Captain Whidbey Inn lounge after the workshop. For off-island workshop attendees, the Captain Whidbey Inn offers a room discount of 20% if you mention you are attending our Ways of Whales workshop.
Susan Berta & Howard Garrett
Orca Network
Orca Network – Connecting whales and people in the Pacific Northwest
Orca Network is dedicated to raising awareness about the whales of the Pacific Northwest,
and the importance of providing them healthy and safe habitats.
Projects include the Whale Sighting Network and Education Programs, the Free Lolita Campaign,
and the Central Puget Sound Marine Mammal Stranding Network

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