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Whale Museum can train you to be a naturalist, class begins July 28

The Whale Museum is accepting registrations for its Summer Marine Naturalist Training Program, which takes place over six consecutive days, July 28 to Aug. 2.

Faculty includes Whale Museum staff, professional naturalists, marine scientists, and environmental educators.The course includes presentations on wildlife and marine conservation and research projects.

Tuition is $375, which includes an orca adoption (no, you don't take one home) and museum membership. There are no prerequisites.

For info, or to register, contact Cindy Hansen at cindy@whalemuseum.org or by telephone at 360 378-4710 ext. 23.

 

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