Join us on June 6 at 6 PM at Pelican Brewing’s Siletz Bay location for a special Orca Action Month event. Oregon Shores will highlight our crucial work in protecting Oregon’s ecosystems and coastal areas, ensuring a thriving habitat for wildlife, including whales. Marine biologist Josh McInnes will present his ongoing research on orcas’ use of Oregon waters. Josh will provide valuable insights into the natural history and ecology of transient killer whales, highlighting their role as apex predators and specialization in foraging for marine mammals. Learn about the diverse sub-populations of transient killer whales, ranging from Southern California to the Bering Sea, each with unique social and geographic characteristics. With changes in ocean ecosystems, understanding the impact of transient killer whales on prey becomes crucial.

We will gather at 6:00 PM, and the talks will start at 6:30 PM. This free event is limited to 50 people, so registration is required. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn how our efforts contribute to the well-being of orcas and other marine life.

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Pelican Brewing-Siletz Bay
5911 US-101, Lincoln City, OR 97367

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