This a hybrid event – in-person in the auditorium (masks are optional) as well as a free event on Zoom. Which mammals have the longest annual migration in the world? The Eastern Pacific Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus) travels all the way from Alaska to Baja California (and back again) every year – but why? Join marine biologist Sarah Taber as she shares more on Gray Whales, … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Series – The Great Migration – Gray Whales from Alaska to Baja
So what is the coolest thing you have ever seen? Confessions of a whale watching captain with over 7,000 days on the water. The next virtual webinar sponsored by the American Cetacean Society (ACS) will be held on Wednesday January 18 at 7:00pm over Zoom. Troy Sears will be presenting “So what is the coolest thing you have ever seen? Confessions of a whale watching captain with over … Continue reading ACS Lecture Series – Troy Sears
The San Diego Natural History Museum (the NAT) is offering several talks and lectures. Here is a good chance for some Continuing Education opportunties. Check them out. Nat Talk: Citizen Justice Tuesday, January 24, 2023 7 PM Nat Talk: The Secret World of WildlifeTuesday, February 28, 2023 7 PM Nat Talk: Torrey Pines & the Birth of San Diego’s Environmental Movement Tuesday, May 2, 2023 7 PM … Continue reading Talks and Lectures at the NAT
Talking Turtles: A Speaker Series Here is a chance for some more Continuing Education. The Living Coast Discovery Center is offering this series. You need to RSVP for the talks as they have limited space. Join the Living Coast Discovery Center for our new speaker series “Talking Turtles” happening select Saturdays at 2 PM. This series features marine biology professionals and our conservation partners as we … Continue reading Talking Turtles – A Speaker Series
The next virtual webinar sponsored by the American Cetacean Society (ACS) will be held on Wednesday December 14 at 7:00pm over Zoom. Domenic Biagini will speak on the “End of the Year 2022 Wrap Up of Cetaceans and Other Things Seen!”. No registration is required. About the Speaker: Captain Domenic Biagini, better known as DolphinDroneDom on social media, is a renowned Wildlife Cinematographer based in San … Continue reading ACS Lecture Series – End of the Year 2022 Wrap Up of Cetaceans and Other Things Seen!
This a hybrid event – in-person in the auditorium (masks are optional) as well as a free event on Zoom. Many species are shifting their ranges as a response to climate change. The dark unicorn whelk (Mexicanthina lugubris) is native to the tidepool communities of Baja California, Mexico, but their range has shifted northward over 60 miles into Southern California since the 1980s. While dark … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Series – Should I Stay or Should I Go – Range Shifts in the Tidepools