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Max Group Size = 15. If not full 3 days before, trip is open to current Stewards.
SWS Contact: Cynthia Scaringe, SWS Class of 2021, 360-220-6272
Trip is repeated the next day on 5/14, also 9:30 am to 10:30 am
Address: 105 Anthes Ave, Langley, WA 98260, GTWE #49
Guide: Whale Center Docent
After visiting The Whale Center interior, includes a short walk to the Langley waterfront and beach near the bell that is rung when someone spots a whale, ie Whale Bell Walk.
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See the best of the Langley Whale Center through the informed guidance of a Staff Docent! The Center, sponsored by the Orca Network, is the premier Whidbey location to learn about whales and our other pinniped neighbors of the Salish Sea. Here are also exhibits, specimens, and a rich collection of resources, many which are available in the gift shop.
The tour will continue, after the time at the Center, down to the Whale Bell Park and Langley Seawall Park for an up close look at the ghost shrimp sands that bring the mighty Grays to our Eastern shores.
Go to the intersection of First & Anthes Ave. The Whale Center is several doorways up from this intersection beyond the gallery and glass shop. Park on nearby city streets.