Northern elephant seals, once a highly endangered species along our coast, are now found in many rookeries from Northern California to Baja California, Mexico. The colony at Point Reyes National Seashore has slowly grown since they recolonized this area in the 1980s. Students from Dominican University of California will present the natural history of these amazing marine mammals along with the results of their surveys. Speakers will include Noelle Mauricio, Logan Siemers, Rhianon Vertin-Hawkins, Wyatt Walsh, Samantha Young, and Professor Doreen Gurrola.
American Cetacean Society - SF Bay Chapter
At Dominican University of California, students spend two years working with their professor in a Research Methodology course. Professor Doreen Gurrola has partnered with the National Park Service to allow students to study elephant seals of Point Reyes National Seashore. As these students have finished up their research, they will present their survey results.
Bay Model Visitor Center
2100 Bridgeway Blvd, Sausalito, California, 94965 See Map
from 7pm to 9pm
|Suggested Donation: Admission is free. Donations are encouraged, $10 general, $5 students|
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