January 26, 2019           10:00 AM to 4:30 PM PST
(registration 9:00 to 10:00 AM)

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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.   

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 

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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 ~


105 Anthes, Langley, Whidbey Island, WA
Open 11am to 5 pm, Thursday through Monday  



Join us for Ways of Whales 2019 in Coupeville!


 Don't miss our 2019 Ways of Whales workshop Saturday, January 26th, 2019

  Remembering J50 'Scarlet'
Photo by David Ellifrit

Confirmed Speakers:

Dr. Cindy Elliser, Pacific Mammal Research - Harbor Porpoise Monitoring and Photo Identification

Dr. Stephanie Norman, Marine-Med/World Vets/Ecomarine Institute - Harbor Porpoise Status and Diseases

Sandra O'Neill, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife - Contaminants in Salmon and Orcas

Amy Carey, Sound Action, Nearshore Habitat Protection

Dr. Deborah Giles - Southern Resident Orca Research Update

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

More details and full agenda coming soon

Teacher clock hours are available through the Heritage Institute


L92 'Crewser' Photo by Katie Jones

Please check back for updated information, and contact Orca Network with any questions at cindy@orcanetwork.org or 360 223-5666


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: Turkey, Vegetarian or Vegan wrap through Spin Cafe. Please let us know if you need a gluten free option for any of these. Lunch must be ordered by January 21st for order to be placed on time.

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


       Join us afterwards at Ciao in Coupeville
     for a post-workshop no-host
     social time, eats and drinks.