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ACS Lecture Series – Kirsten Donald

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The next virtual webinar sponsored by the American Cetacean Society (ACS) will be held on Wednesday May 10 at 7:00pm over Zoom. Please join us to hear Kirsten Donald present on Marine Mammal Rescue, Rehabilitation & Research. No registration is required.

About the Speaker:

Kirsten Donald is the Vice President of  Education and Ocean Advocacy at Pacific Marine Mammal Center and Marine Mammal Biologist.
She earned her Master’s degree in Marine Mammal Science from University of Wales in Bangor, Wales UK. Kirsten began her career at Dolphin Research Center in the Florida Keys in 1996 where she  served as the Director of Education and the Director for the College of Marine Mammal Professions (aka DRC’s Training Institute). She departed DRC for Pacific Marine Mammal Center in 2015 to learn more about pinniped conservation and research.

Over the past 27 years, Kirsten has been involved in marine mammal care and training, marine mammal research, population management analyses, conservation efforts as well as marine mammal stranding and rescue efforts including multiple species such as  whales and dolphins, manatees, seals and sea lions.
Kirsten currently serves on the board of directors of the South West Marine Educators’ Association.

Join the Zoom presentation.

Meeting ID: 513 147 5168
Passcode: Whales

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