inspiring

CONSERVATION
OF THE SALISH SEA

leading photo by: Florian Graner Sealife Productions

VISIT

Museum – open
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Visitor center – open
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Aquarium – opening late spring
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EXPERIENCES

Field trips
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Lecture via Zoom, Feb 25
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Repair Events, Feb 24 and Mar 2
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Fossil Lab – through March
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OUR WORK

Whale on the wharf

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Marine Mammal Stranding Network

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Larval Dungeness crab research

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See more projects here.

NEWS AT PTMSC

See more news and blog posts here.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

I basically grew up in the aquarium. Now I’m helping restore my species!

Pinto abalone
raised in the Aquarium, now residing in a Salish Sea kelp forest

I have quite a few students that have pursued careers in the Marine Sciences that were inspired by this trip. (John Hays has been bringing his AP Biology class to PTMSC for an education program for over 30 years.)

John Hays
science teacher
Freeman High School, Rockford WA

…we really enjoyed the Tide Pooling experience. The volunteers were really friendly and very knowledgeable.  I told the folks it was the best $10 I’ve spent in a long time.

Mark Adams
low tide walk participant
retired meteorologist, Kentucky

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We acknowledge that we work on the traditional lands and waters of many Coast Salish Peoples, particularly the S’Klallam People, the Strong People. We respect and are grateful for this land, these waters, and the people who have inhabited them since time immemorial and who continue to steward this place for future generations.

leading photo by: Florian Graner Sealife Productions
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