SAVE THE DATE: PacMam’s 2nd Annual Trivia Fundraiser

We can’t wait for our 2nd Annual Trivia Fundraiser at Bastion Brewing Company, Wednesday 7th November 2018!  

Our first trivia fundraiser last year was a huge hit, with a great turnout and some awesome prizes; we want this year to be even better!  So bring your whole family to Bastion for a fun evening of marine and PacMam-themed trivia (psst, check out the rest of this website if you want to ace those questions!), lots of amazing raffle prizes generously donated by local businesses, and a chance to support and learn more about your friendly neighborhood scientists!

Trivia will begin at 6pm, but make sure you come early to grab a seat, order your beer and food, and check out the cool prizes you can win.  For all the event details click here to read more.

PacMam has had a great year, but really need your help and support to keep doing this work in the community.  So come, give generously, eat and drink heartily, and have a great time learning a little more about your Salish Sea! Cheers!

PacMam’s New Paper Featured In The Encyclopedia of Puget Sound

Our recent paper on harbor porpoises is featured in the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound! The Encyclopedia is a comprehensive guide to the science of Salish Sea ecosystem recovery. Head over and check out our article, and all of the other awesome information you can find there! http://ow.ly/RETW30hjfPY

PacMam’s Research Makes Front Page

Check out the latest press story covering our research on harbor porpoises in the Salish Sea!  The Skagit Valley Herald is the latest newspaper to publish a story on PacMam, giving an overview of our work to-date and sharing why this is so important.

Read the full article here: https://www.goskagit.com/news/researchers-continue-work-to-document-harbor-porpoises/article_75510ed4-708a-548e-8537-4ac2e59c511d.html

New Article in the Skagit Valley Herald

Pacific Mammal Research is back in the headlines with a new article from the Skagit Valley Herald!  The article highlights our ongoing collaboration with the Anacortes schools’ life skills class, consisting of monthly workshops conducted by our Research Director Dr. Cindy Elliser.

To read the full article check out the link here: http://www.goskagit.com/news/workshops-expose-students-to-marine-life/article_a360692b-d40b-5c8d-a6aa-1c8760c7d595.html