Eisenhardt takes over helm of Soundwatch program

Eric Eisenhardt - Contributed photo
Eric Eisenhardt
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The Whale Museum’s lecture series features the new coordinator of Soundwatch, Eric Eisenhardt, Wednesday, Feb. 29, 4:30 p.m. at the Whale Museum.

Eisenhardt is a long-time islander, who holds a master’s of science from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s from Stanford. With over 15 years of experience, he has held positions with SeaDoc, Beam Reach, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife – and The Whale Museum, where he worked on marine bird surveys, the bottom fish recovery program, necropsies, and SeaSound.

Eisenhardt joined The Whale Museum team in January and is working on plans for the 2012 season.He will share his ideas for Soundwatch and discuss the role of volunteers and supporters. For info, call 378-4710, ext. 30.


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