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Sound Conversations: Knowing and Loving Orcas—the Ocean's Greatest Predator

Sound Conversations: Knowing and Loving Orcas—the Ocean's Greatest Predator

Where Seattle Aquarium

When May 23 at 7pm

Price $15

Learn about the fascinating history of our human relationship to orcas, the majestic—and critically endangered—icons of the Salish Sea. Jason M. Colby, author of Orca: How We Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator, will share stories about the sad era when orcas were trapped and killed, how our perception of them was dramatically transformed, and why it’s vitally important to preserve their dwindling population.

Moderated by Jeff Renner. Audience participation encourages lively dialogue. At the Seattle Aquarium, in the Ackerley Foundation Puget Sound Hall.

Doors open at 7pm; admission includes a reception with light refreshments. 

Tickets: Aquarium members $10; general admission $15

Keep an eye on your inbox or email membership@seattleaquarium.org to get the code for the member discount!