Spring Film & Speaker Series: Tessa Danelesko – Wild Whales: What’s in our Waters?

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Thursday April 24th 2014
Presentation 7:00 pm
Doors open at 6:00 pm

Come early to check out our aquariums and touch tanks. Tickets include admission to the station.
Gourmet snacks and treats will be available for purchase before the presentation:

Black bean, Grilled Veggie and Cheese Quesadillas $6
Creamed Leek & Local Smoked Cheese Baked Oysters $6
Curried Chicken Croissant $6
Belgium Chocolate Mouse with Fresh Berries $4
Fresh all butter cookies $2

Tickets $10 in advance at:
Deep Bay Marine Field Station, Bowser BC
The Salish Sea Market, Bowser BC
The Courtyard Cafe, Qualicum BC

If you’ve seen the misty blow of a whale or the fin of a dolphin recently, find out why the B.C. Cetacean Sightings Network wants to know! Discover the whales, dolphins, porpoises, and sea turtles that inhabit B.C. waters during a presentation by Tessa Danelesko sponsored by the Vancouver Aquarium Cetacean Research Program.

Find out which species are commonly seen around Vancouver Island, their unique histories, the threats they face and how to help. Learn how coastal citizens become citizen scientists by participating in marine conservancy and research through the Sightings Network. Get ready to be informed and inspired!

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One Response to “Spring Film & Speaker Series: Tessa Danelesko – Wild Whales: What’s in our Waters?”

  1. Brand Wildlife Festival Events | VIU Deep Bay Marine Field Station Updates Says:

    […] March 27 Spring Film and Speaker Series Dr. Dick Beamish – The Straight of Geogia and its Fishes April 3 Spring Film and Speaker Series Paula Wild – The Cougar: Beautiful, Wild and Dangerous April 10th Spring Film and Speaker Series SHELLSHOCKED: Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves with Wiley Evans – Ocean Acidification April 24th Spring Film and Speaker Series Tessa Danelesko – Wild Whales: What’s in our W… […]


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