13th Annual Winter Lecture Series
Four lectures, January through April, highlight the fascinating life in and around shoreline and marine ecosystems. Presentations are free and open to everyone. Donations—always welcome—support Friends’ ongoing efforts to provide outstanding educational programming for our community. Check out the dates and topics below and make plans to attend!
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 7 PM
Biological Invasions: How Species Become Invasive and Impact Salish Sea Shorelines
~ Emily Grason, PhD
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16H, 7 PM
The Californians Are Coming! Shifts in Range and Abundance of Northwestern Hummingbirds
~ CJ Battey, University of Washington
FRIDAY, MARCH 16H, 7 PM
What’s in a Name? The Salish Sea—Where is it, what does it mean, how does it work, and why is the name important?
~ Dr. Bert Webber, Western Washington University
FRIDAY, APRIL 20TH, 7 PM
Getting to Know NOAA: An exploration of NOAA’s science, service and stewardship mission in the Salish Sea and across the Western United States.
~ Polly Hicks, Restoration Ecologist, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), Seattle WA
All Lectures will be held at the NW Educational Services District Bldg.,
1601 R Ave., Anacortes, WA