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A.6 Fishing for a Living: Cormorants and Mergansers Steve Ellis, Martha Ellis

Cormorants at Port TownsendDark and sleek, cormorants are familiar figures in the Salish Sea. Learn the secrets of these streamlined birds that are well-adapted to our local waters.

The class also covers three local species of mergansers, those odd ducks of the waterfowl world. Male Red-breasted Merganser

This class on Cormorants & Mergansers is the 4th in the Fishing for a Living series, but it stands alone and participants need not have taken any of the previous classes.

Presenters are Coupeville residents Steve & Martha Ellis. Steve is a past president of Whidbey Audubon Society and Martha is a member of the Washington Native Plant Society. Together they have been leading field trips and giving talks on a wide range of natural history for over 25 years.

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