A drawing of a whale tale promoting the Whale Safe program

ACS Lecture Series – Whale Safe

The next virtual webinar sponsored by the American Cetacean Society (ACS) will be held on Wednesday July 13 at 7:00pm over Zoom. Callie Steffen will speak about the Whale Safe project. No registration is required. About the speaker:Callie Steffen is a project scientist at the Benioff Ocean Initiative, where she works on projects that are developing science- and technology-based solutions to ocean problems, such as the … Continue reading ACS Lecture Series – Whale Safe

A woman climbing up a rope along a rocky cliff

Ranger Lauren – ACS Speaker Series

Ranger Lauren will presenting at the next American Cetacean Society (ACS)-San Diego Chapter Speaker Series Event on “30 Years of Rocky Intertidal Monitoring at Cabrillo National Monument” on April 13, 2022 at 7PM (via Zoom). This event will be held on Zoom and is free. You can find the information below. About the speaker:As a Marine Biologist on the Natural Resources Team at Cabrillo National Monument (San Diego, … Continue reading Ranger Lauren – ACS Speaker Series

ACS – Virtual Speaker Series – Gray Whales

Wednesday January 12, 2022 at 7pm on Zoom Dr. Steven Swartz will present a talk on Gray Whales for the San Diego Chapter of the American Cetacean Society. This talk is free for everyone and will be given on Zoom. Meeting Information Meeting ID: 513 147 5168Passcode: Whales Steven is a 1986 graduate of the University of California at Santa Cruz and has researched has and … Continue reading ACS – Virtual Speaker Series – Gray Whales

Lions, Leopards and Whales, Oh My!

Join the American Cetacean Society, San Diego Chapter for their next event in the Speaker Series. Jodi Frediani will be talking about “Lions & Leopards & Whales, Oh My!: Photographing marine wildlife around the globe” The virtual event is free and will be held on November 10 at 7pm. Jodi Frediani, Santa Cruz based award-winning photographer and whale researcher, has been swimming with and photographing … Continue reading Lions, Leopards and Whales, Oh My!