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C&P Coffee
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Dakota Place Park
Jun 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
7:00 pm
 
C&P Coffee Company
Sep 23 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
8:00 am
The Whale Trail is the beneficiary of the Orca Half Marathon on Alki Beach   EVENT VOLUNTEER This event needs volunteers! Sign-up by clicking the button below. [vc_btn title=”VOLUNTEER SIGN-UP” style=”flat” align=”center” shape=”square” link=”url://thewhaletrail.wufoo.com/forms/m4p0wbj15zmcpo/def/field12=2018 OrcaContinue reading
Don Armeni Park
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  Family feast – Kin-directed prey sharing behavior in northern resident killer whales Doors open at 6:15 Resident killer whales prey almost exclusively on salmon and depend particularly on Chinook (the least common species ofContinue reading
Dakota Place Park
Dec 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
10:00 am
Welcome the Orcas! Hosted by the Whale Trail and Seal Sitters A fun, educational and family-friendly event to mark the annual return of the Southern Resident orcas to central Puget Sound. The event will haveContinue reading
Alki Beach Bathhouse
7:00 pm
  Pesticides and Orcas: Making the Connection New evidence suggests that orcas are more sensitive to pesticides than we thought. Lisa Hayward and Clement Furlong of the University of Washington Superfund Research Program (UW SRP)Continue reading
C & P Coffee Company
7:00 pm
  With just 75 individuals in the population, the southern resident orcas are in danger of going extinct. Is it too late? What can we learn from recovering other marine mammal populations, that will helpContinue reading
C&P Coffee
Apr 20 @ 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
9:30 am
Celebrate Earth Day at this historic and environmentally significant site on the Duwamish river. Learn about  the connection between orcas, salmon and the river at this fair organized by the Duwamish River Coalition. Come forContinue reading
Terminal 107 Park
7:00 pm
Last week Governor Jay Inslee signed five bills to protect southern resident orcas. The new laws will reduce vessel noise and disturbance, improve salmon habitat, reduce contaminants, provide protection from oil spills, and educate boaters.Continue reading
C&P Coffee Company
7:00 pm
From the Seattle Aquarium’s website: “Learn about the fascinating history of our human relationship to orcas, the majestic—and critically endangered—icons of the Salish Sea. Jason M. Colby, author of Orca: How We Came to KnowContinue reading
Seattle Aquarium
1:00 pm
Join  The Whale Trail and Washington State Parks  for the first annual “Orca Day” to educate people about the Southern Resident Orca Whale population. The free, family-friendly event will take place June 15, at Cape Disappointment StateContinue reading
Cape Disappointment State Park - Waikiki Beach Amphitheater
1:00 pm
Join the community celebration as we dedicate a new Whale Trail sign at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park in Shoreline, which is a part of many events happening during Orca Action Month.  The dedication celebration isContinue reading
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park