Casey Mclean, a marine veterinary nurse with Sealife Response + Rehab + Research (SR3), will discuss SR3’s efforts to build the first marine animal rehabilitation and science center in Washington State. Hear Casey's first-hand accounts about marine animal rehabilitation, threats our local wildlife face and the need for a center in our region with a presentation at the Amphitheater.
Join SR3 at the REI Seattle Flagship store on June 19th at 6:30pm to learn about our efforts to build Washington’s first rehabilitation facility exclusively for marine wildlife. SR3’s Casey Mclean will speak about her first-hand accounts of marine animal rehabilitation, discuss threats our local wildlife face and your critical role in helping marine animals.
The event is free and open to the public but space is limited.
For more information and to register for the event, visit REI’s site here: https://www.rei.com/event/sr3-first-pnw-rehab-center-exclusively-for-marine-wildlife/seattle/205931
Tidy up at low tide on Alki with Seal Sitters, Sno-King, and SR3!
SR3 to present at Deception Pass Park’s June lecture series, join us!
Join SR3, Oceans Initiative, and Patagonia for a fun free event on June 7th at the Patagonia Seattle store!
Casey Mclean speaks at the Camano Island Sound Water Stewards 4th Wednesday lecture series.
SR3 will guest speak at the Vashon Nature Center / Vashon-Maury Island Audubon Society monthly meeting in March.
Join us for a panel discussion at the Museum of Northwest Art centered around Raven Skyriver's glass exhibit and the science behind it!
Join SR3's Entanglement Response Specialist, Doug Sandilands, at the MaST Center Aquarium's Science on the Sound" lecture series
Casey McLean, SR3's veterinary nurse, will speak at the Museum of Northwest Art this Saturday, Oct. 28th.
SR3's entanglement specialist, Doug Sandilands presents "Whale Entanglement" on Tuesday, October 10th.
SR3's large whale disentanglement expert, Doug Sandilands, will present at the Sound Water Stewards Speaker Series on Sept. 27th.
SR3's killer whale expert, Dr. Holly Fearnbach and her colleague Dr. John Durban will speak at The Whale Museum's lecture series Sept. 19
Join us for this screening and hear our very own Dr. Lesanna Lahner, a marine wildlife veterinarian, introduce the film and discuss the status of sea turtle strandings in the Pacific Northwest.
Doors open at 6:40