In this issue: Finding sand lance hidden in salmon data – Should we be concerned when a seal gives birth to a two-headed pup? – How disease could impact the Salish Sea – Four new SeaDoc board members – SeaDoc-funded scientist honored by Seattle Aquarium – Serge Dedina speaks February 24th
In this issue: Failure of collaboration puts the Salish Sea at risk, update from Argentina on gulls feasting on living whales, thank you for your support in 2015, Dr. Martin Haulena talks on marine mammal stranding on January 12.
In this issue: SeaDoc’s forage fish science makes a difference, study shows recreational surf smelt harvest can be measured accurately, give the gift of the Salish Sea, Science Prize nominations due December 18, Why I give, Dr. Gene Helfman talks on sh …
In this issue: SeaDoc goes to South Africa for seabird conference, call for nominations for Salish Sea Science Prize, new grant for crab gear recovery, spread the word about new fish in the Salish Sea, Kirsten Gilardi honored by AAZV, thanks to outgoin …
In this issue: Harbor porpoise questions answered, “Are sea stars recovering?” Divers needed for economic impact study, UC Davis gets high rankings, WDFW seeking comments from citizens, call for abstracts for Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Timothy Dw …
In this issue: Searching for newborn rockfish, wooden hats for harbor seals, thanks to our hardworking interns, make an automatic monthly donation, harbor porpoise spotting days.
In this issue: Eat much kelp? SeaDoc honors environmental reporter Christopher Dunagan, SeaDoc celebrates 15 years of success, a boy and his dog clean a beach and inspire thousands.
In this issue: Divers needed for economic impact study, SeaDoc presents on Marine Protected Areas to federal committee, 7 year old scientist does oil spill study, interns arrive, Salish Sea book talk video, snuggle up with sharks.
In this issue: SeaDoc honored by WDFW, World Oceans Day June 8, Monthly giving, analysis of voter initiative 1401, new videos on shorebirds and tides, Wine and Sea Auction, cruise the San Juan Islands with Joe Gaydos and Audrey Benedict.
In this issue: Tufted Puffin recovery efforts made possible by small group of SeaDoc donors, rehabilitated Steller sea lion released and tracked, successful book launch, huge response for GiveBIG, derelict gear in the news.