• Sea Otter Awareness Week is Sun., Sept. 21 – Sat., Sept. 27

    Come and join the fun all over town during this years “Sea Otter Awareness Week!” Free events will be hosted throughout the week that are fun and educational for the whole family.

    All are welcome to join the celebration as we spread awareness of the important roles that sea otters play in our environment!

    Please visit www.SeaOtterWeek.org for a complete list of talks and events happening in your town!

    Thurs., Sept. 18 at 7 PM at the Sea Center, Santa Barbara

    Greg Sanders presents “A Sea Otter Tale: Southern California’s sea otters, their turbulent past and brighter future.”

    Wed., Sept. 24 at 7 PM at CSUMB
    Sarah McKay Strobel will present “Skimming the surface: How sea otters sense their underwater world.”

    Thurs., Sept. 25 at 7 PM at La Feliz Room, Seymour Center, Santa Cruz
    “The Secret Lives of Sea Otters in Elkhorn Slough” will be presented by Sarah Espinosa

    Fri., Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Auditorium
    Friends of the Sea Otter presents “Sea otters live in space, and why that matters: how we asked the wrong questions for 25 years” by Dr. Tim Tinker.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 22, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News


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