About the Class
Marine mammal conservation is a daunting task. It’s not uncommon for even the most passionate wildlife advocates to experience burnout and compassion fatigue. Reflecting on past successes can reinvigorate our mission by reminding us of what’s possible. This class will look back at some of the Salish Sea’s greatest marine mammal recovery stories, animals who were once trapped, hunted, and persecuted but have since rebounded throughout Washington and British Columbia.
From harbor porpoises to humpback whales, seals to seal-eaters, we’ll take a refreshing dive into a more encouraging side of marine mammal conservation while underscoring the importance of learning from the past.
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