We've got a big day coming up next Saturday, April 17th!
We'll be meeting at the Metcalf Hodges building on Holly St. in Bellingham for training starting at 10 am.
Mariann will be instructing the training for new volunteers and has requested that all current volunteers attend in preparation for the upcoming season. It will be a good opportunity to get new information, learn the new protocols and advances in communication. There's no charge for current members of the WMMSN just bring in your binders. New volunteers, please visit WMMSN.org for details on registration and charges. Basic responder kits are ready and will be available for purchase at this training. This session is scheduled to run until 1 pm.
Immediately following, we will have a potluck luncheon, so bring your favorite dish to share.
Then after lunch we are going to continue and have our April general meeting. This month Mike Etnier, our Director of Necropsy, will be giving a presentation on aging whale teeth.
Share a love for marine mammals? Thinking of getting involved? Now is a great time to volunteer and get in on this upcoming training. Contact Bob Ryerson, our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to register or check our volunteer page at WMMSN.org for more information.
Principal Investigator, Mariann Carrasco, is currently attending the National Marine Mammal Conference. Join us on the WMMSN Facebook page and get the current updates from her trip.