–Sooke Region Museum
The Sooke Region Museum is pleased to announce the first of three talks in our spring speakers series Tea, Talk & Treats in cooperation with the University of Victoria Speakers Bureau. These talks will look at a wide variety of subjects and will pair a snack with the topic.
The talks are free of charge, but donations towards the snack are appreciated.
Sunday February 5th, 2:30
Threats to Orcas in British Columbia
The iconic Orca whales of BC face a number of immediate challenges. Some of the key threats are due to the activities of humans and our continued exploitation of the marine environment. This presentation will review the social structure of the Orca communities in BC and highlight the threats associated with food availability, pollution, and noise.
Presented by Dr. Richard Dewey, Associate Director, Science Ocean Networks Canada
Other upcoming talks are:
- Sunday March 5th 2:30 pm: A Guide to Seaweed Identification and Food Preparation
- Sunday Apr 2nd 2:30: Deconstructing 007: James Bond, Beyond the Movies (S)
Details will be announced closer to the date on Sooke PocketNews, your daily community news source.