Marine Mammals: Sentinels of the Sea
The Point Reyes National Seashore Association, The Marine Mammal Center, the California Academy of Sciences, and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, cordially invite you to a reception and presentation with Sarah Allen, Moe Flannery, and Adam Ratner.
Learn how our experts use marine mammal science and education to prepare for the future and what opportunities and challenges our coast and marine mammals face.
Thursday, November 8, 2018, 10-11:30am
Red Barn Classroom, 1 Bear Valley Road,
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
*This is a free event and space is limited!
Please respond by November 1st to Roxanne Lee at (415) 379-5408 or email@example.com.
Our guests are invited to explore the nearby trails following the program.
Moe Flannery is the collections manager of the California Academy of Sciences Ornithology and Mammalogy Department, overseeing the collection of specimens from the field along their journey to the museum’s collection room.
Adam Ratner is a marine scientist and educator with The Marine Mammal Center, where he challenges guests to act to positively impact global ocean conservation through stories of rescued marine mammals as well as by consequences of climate change, ocean trash, and seafood depletion.
Sarah Allen is the Science Program Lead for the National Park Service in the Pacific West Region and also Research Coordinator for the Californian Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit at University of California Berkeley, with special expertise in the ecology of marine birds and mammals.