Mrs. Tidwell and her students were the first to pilot our new curriculum around SeaDoc Society’s book, Explore the Salish Sea: A Nature Guide for Kids. In this space, we will feature the exciting work of Salish Sea Heroes like the ones pictured here.Read More
Did you know that not all killer whales are the same? They might look similar, but some eat marine mammals, others eat sharks, and others eat salmon!
The salmon-eaters are called Southern Resident Killer Whales and only about 70 of them are left in the world! They could go extinct if we don’t help keep their waters clean and quiet.Read More