January 20, 2018           10:00 AM to 4:30 PM PST
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Coupeville Middle School Performing Arts Center 
501 S. Main St.
Coupeville, WA 98239

Driving Directions 


 ~Reservations required/recommended for Port Townsend-Coupeville Ferry and San Juan Island/Anacortes ferries (though they reserve some space for non-reserved cars).                                                             

~Mukilteo ferry runs every 30 minutes, but allow extra time in case of a line. Use "ferry cams" to check on wait lines at the link below.                                           ~Whidbey Island is also connected to the mainland via the Deception Pass Bridge at the north end of the Island.

~ For ferry schedules & information, visit the WA State Ferries website here.   

Sadly  Island Transit has CANCELLED SATURDAY BUS SERVICE on Whidbey Island.

If you are interested in car-pooling, please send an email to cindy@orcanetwork.org and we will try to match you up with others coming from your area.


Cindy Hansen 
Orca Network 

     THANK YOU to our SPONSOR  the Captain Whidbey Inn

     Coming from off-island?       Book a room at the historic Captain Whidbey Inn on Penn Cove and get 15% off when you mention you are attending Ways of Whales!

Captain Whidbey Inn Logo  Make your reservation now!

Please join us afterwards at the CAPTAIN WHIDBEY Lounge for a post-workshop no-host social time, drinks and eats.    

        Visit Orca Network's           Langley Whale Center Gift Shop at Ways of Whales, or on the web here, for gifts, books, DVDs & more!

        And Available NOW -                  FRAGILE WATERS DVDs!               

Buy your copy at the Ways of Whales workshop, or from our Orca Network/Whale Center webshop.

Thanks for Supporting Orca Network and helping us help the whales ~ 


Join us for Ways of Whales 2018 on Whidbey Island!

Don't miss our 2018 Ways of Whales workshop Saturday, January 20th, 2018                          

J36 and J52 Photo by Center for Whale Research


Confirmed Speakers:

Howard Garrett, Orca Network - Lolita/Tokitae Update

Rick Huey, Washington State Ferries - Cetacean Mitigation Measures

John Calambokidis, Cascadia Research  - Blue and Humpback Whales

Thomas Quinn, University of Washington - Resident Salmon in the Salish Sea

John and Olivia Carpenter - Ride for the Orcas

Florian Graner, Sealife Productions - Updated Return of the King Footage

and a special performance of The Great Salish Sea by Dana Lyons

Look for more information and a full agenda coming soon.

  K13s Photo by Mark Malleson

Click here to Register!

Registration fee:  $35, or $25 senior/student                        Optional lunch: $10 (or bring a sack lunch and join us in the cafeteria).

LUNCH is a Taco Bar with choice of nachos, soft taco or taco salad. Vegetarian, Vegan. and Gluten Free options available.

Arrive early to visit educational displays and network while you enjoy coffee and morning snacks.  

         Please visit Langley Whale Center at our new location
and see our new exhibits.

                           105 Anthes, Langley, Whidbey Island, WA                              Open 11 am - 5 pm,  Thursday through Sunday


We look forward to seeing you at the workshop - 

Please check back for updated information, and contact Orca Network with any questions at info@orcanetwork.org or 360-331-3543