Want to know why I am so mesmerized by Juneau and its marine mammals? Drop into my presentation on my experiences with Alaska whales at the February meeting of the American Cetacean Society/OC meeting. It’s free to attend. Thursday, February 25, 7:30 pm, 1845 Park Ave, Costa Mesa, CA. http://www.acsorangecounty.org/


“Aleta is a graduate of ACS-OC’s Naturalist program who spends her summers in Juneau, Alaska working as a Guide for Gastineau Guiding, one of the most highly-rated nature tourism companies in Alaska!”

ACS-Orange County hosts monthly meetings as part of its public education mission.  Most meetings feature a guest speaker  on a subject of interest to our members and friends.  Most of the topics relate to cetaceans (of course), but we also invite speakers on other topics related to the ocean environment, such as the harbor seal rookery in La Jolla, the effort to save sea turtles in Mexico and other regions, climate change, cetacean captivity, underwater noise, and eco-travel reports.  

Meetings are held January through October on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Costa Mesa Neighborhood and Community Center, 1845 Park Avenue in Costa Mesa.  Upcoming meetings are also announced as events on our Facebook page.

All meetings are free and everyone is welcome — member or non-member!”

Bubblenet Humpbacks Close to boat (2) North Pass-Juneau Aug 2013
My corner office. That’s me in all black in the cap at the back of the boat




Adventures of an Alaskan Naturalist — February meeting of the American Cetacean Society/OC
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