This is our on-going lecture series under the world’s largest killer whale skeleton at the
Science Talks feature experts from our local community and around the world. View past talks on our
YouTube Channel or scroll down and follow links . Interested in presenting? Contact [email protected] with a brief bio and description of your talk. We’ll be in touch! Talks begin at 6:30pm
(unless otherwise noted)
In the heart of downtown Fort Bragg at 338 N. Main St.
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, February 25th. *6pm* A 100-year History of Ocean Acidification on the California Coast with Emily Osborne. Click for full description.
Friday, March 6th. * 7pm* Gray Whales and Recent Migration Changes with Tanya Smart. Click for full description.
Orca and young off the Mendocino Coast, May 2019. Photo by Jeff Jacobsen, Noyo Center Science Advisor
Saturday, March 14th. The Behavioral Biology of Killer Whales — What we’ve learned in 50 years with Jeff Jacobsen. Click for full description.
Orca and rhinoceros auklet off the Mendocino Coast, May 2019. Photo by Jeff Jacobsen, Noyo Center Science Advisor
Saturday, March 21st. Ocean Acoustics and the Role of Sound in Cetacean Societies with Jeff Jacobsen. Click for full description. Past talks are available on our YouTube channel! (click the title to link to the video).
Oceanography with Andy Jahn- April 2019
At the Cove with Sea Shepherd with Wendi Felson- June 2019
Mill Site History with Linda Ruffing- September 2019
Zero Waste and Becoming Trash Neutral with Nicole Paisley Martensen and Heather Guevara- September 2019
Beach Response Stories with Sarah Grimes- December 2019