Check out the brand new content on our YouTube Channel!

If you haven’t already, get yourself over to YouTube and subscribe to our channel, we’ve got all kinds of new content coming your way!  We’re sharing lots of fun, interactive and educational videos over the next few weeks and months, so check it out and let us know what you think.  We’d also love to hear from you if you have ideas for videos – email us at or tag us and comment on social media (@pacificmammalresearch) with your suggestions.

PacMam’s 2nd Annual Trivia Fundraiser Great Success!

Thank you to everyone who attended our 2nd Annual Trivia Fundraiser at Bastion Brewing Company!  

Our MC Brian had some great trivia questions (great job everyone who participated in that!), and everyone was incredibly generous with their raffle ticket purchases and silent auction bids.  We managed to raise about $600 in total, which is huge so thank you so much to you all!

We had a great time chatting with you and sharing our love of the Salish Sea – we hope you did too!  If you couldn’t make it but are still interested in donating or supporting PacMam, check out our “Donate” page for more info.[/fusion_text]

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!

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:

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: