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Toxic Beauty: From Puget Sound to Orca Whales
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When: Thursday, June 16, 2016
6:30 AM
Where: Woodland Park Zoo
5500 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, Washington 
United States

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Do you love the beauty of Puget Sound and the southern resident orcas that call it home? As part of the 10th annual Orca Month, we invite you to join us for an evening reception and panel presentation to discuss an invisible threat to the Southern Resident orcas and their prey Chinook Salmon: toxic pollution.

First, experts from NOAA Fisheries and the University of Washington in salmon and orca toxicology will provide background on how toxins impact these species. Next, although not glamorous, there is an army of organizations working to clean-up Puget Sound. A few will be highlighted and take the stage utilizing a pictures only presentation format to tell their story. We hope that you will feel empowered to take action by the end of the night and understand why your actions do make a difference for the southern residents.

Fee: $12, includes light appetizers and beverages Additional information located at 12,000 Rain Gardens

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