March 19, Phil Kelley and Whittier Johnson for Black Hills Audubon, “Waterbirds & Shorebirds of Puget Sound: observations from the field”. Have you seen a change in the yearly migrations?
For more information about Black Hills Aububon, click the link below.
LOTT’S WET Science Center, 500 Adams NE, Olympia
Doors open at 6:30. Speakers from 7 – 8:30 pm
No entrance fee or pre-registration
We have a fun event coming up at the Estuarium!
On the afternoon of March 2nd, from 1 – 3 pm Bert Bartleson of the Pacific Northwest Shell Club will be leading a workshop on local shell identification. As a bonus, Bert will do his best to identify any shell you bring in or have a picture of.
Regular admission fee.
Visit us and meet this amazing shell guy!
Due to snow, the Estuarium will not be open today. Come visit on a future weekend, 10am – 3 pm. Bring your family and friends! Lots to see. Help us grow the Estuarium as a permanent part of the South Sound Community.
February 19, Janna Nichols from REEF and Laura James from Beneath the Looking Glass, LLC. Join us and hear about their unique perspectives on engaging people in water quality issues such as working with divers for Janna and some of the film work Laura does in Puget Sound, to show that average folks can make a difference while doing things they love to do already. Puget Sound is in trouble, it is a wonderful and unique place, and we can each help protect and improve it!
LOTT’S WET Science Center, 500 Adams St. NE, Olympia. Doors open at 6:30, Presentation from 7:00 to 8:30. Appropriate for teens and older. Free.
SSEA is seeking applicants for a 25 hour a week (on average) program manager position. Click on resources page for the full job description. Applications are being accepted through February 14th. Interviews of selected candidates will be scheduled the week of February 17th. To apply send letter of interest and resume to email@example.com by the 14th. Click for full description. Program Manager Job