Register for Whale Museum’s Virtual Naturalist Training in July

Photo Credit: Jeanne Hyde, Storyteller/Documentarian of The Whale Museum’s Orca Adoption Program

From The Whale Museum

Registration is now open for a summer virtual session of The Whale Museum’s Marine naturalist training. 

This program will be six sessions and run July 19-24.

The objective of this program is to provide a learning experience that assists adult graduates in becoming qualified regionally as professional or volunteer naturalists.

The main focus of the training is the ecology, current status and conservation of Southern Resident Killer Whales and other local marine species as well as discussions about the environments they live in.

The course includes presentations on cetaceans, pinnipeds, otters, intertidal invertebrates, seabirds, and a variety of other topics such as geology and marine conservation.

Faculty includes Whale Museum staff, professional naturalists, marine scientists, and environmental educators active in the region.

Presentations will be delivered through videoconferencing/webinar software, such as Zoom.

Tuition is $475 for non-museum members (includes an orca adoption and a Whale Museum membership) and $425 for museum members/orca adopters. There are no prerequisites other than high school graduation and a sincere interest to learn.

Refer questions to Tracie Merrill, education curator, at tracie@whalemuseum.org.

Register at www.whalemuseum.org. Zoom links and agendas will be sent to registrants closer to the start of class sessions. 

Posted on May 29, 2021 at 7:55 am by

Categories: Education, Wildlife

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