On Wednesday, September 12,  2018

Erin Gless, lead Naturalist for Island Adventures Whale Watching in           Anacortes, Washington will be presenting

"From San Diego to the Salish Sea: A Whale Watching Comparison".


            Wednesday, September 12, 2018  7:00 PM

Sumner Auditorium

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  8595 La Jolla Shores Drive, San Diego, CA 92037

***The building is ocean side of the street and down the stairs.  There is a large ARGO sign and bell in front of the building. ***
Street parking only

There will be a no-host dinner prior to the screening of the movie. 


Please join the ACS San Diego Chapter for a free lecture on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 7pm at Sumner Auditorium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Erin Gless, Lead Naturalist at Island Adventures Whales Watching will present:

                 "From San Diego to the Salish Sea:                   A Whale Watching Comparison"

After working for successful whale watch companies in both locations, naturalist Erin Gless will highlight the differences in operating procedures, viewing regulations, and wildlife sightings between San Diego and the Pacific Northwest's Salish Sea.  Learn about the "Humpback Comeback", what a "Sounder" is, get an update on the endangered Southern Resident killer whales, and more.

 Erin Gless currently serves as lead naturalist for Island Adventures Whale Watching in Anacortes, WA.  She has a degree in Marine Biology from Western Washington University and has been involved with the whale watching industry for more than a decade.  Prior to moving to Washington, she served as naturalist for San Diego Whale Watch and was an active member of the American Cetacean Society's San Diego Chapter.  She enjoys watching wildlife wherever and whenever she can and looks forward to joining the ACS's 2019 Antarctica Expedition in February."

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