From delicate candy stripe shrimp to lumbering sea lions, Joe Gaydos of the nonprofit SeaDoc Society will present an up-close and personal look at the animals of Puget Sound in a talk and slide show presentation Tuesday night at Town Hall.
“Bears to Barnacles: Way cool Creatures of the Salish Sea” is part of the Seattle Science Lecture Series, and includes a slide show, video and even the sounds of some the Salish Sea’s animal life.
The talk starts at 7 p.m. at Town Hall and costs $5. Tickets are available at the door, online or by calling 888-377-4510.
Even better, a ticket gets you a double header, with the Science Now lecture beginning at 6. UW researchers will present on climate change and its effects on mussels and toxic algae blooms.
Read more about mussels and their amazing biology in my story in the Seattle Times.