The fifth season of "Glimpses," a Fall/Winter Lecture Series, begins in October of 2017. Experts will speak on a variety of subjects related to the natural world, resources, or history. If you have an area of expertise you'd like to share as a presenter in our series, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll talk!
Some examples of last season's lectures:
Christie Barchenger, Director of Science Education, Grays Harbor Historical Seaport -
"Science at the Seaport: Another Strand in the ‘Line’ of Grays Harbor Community Science"
Caroline Martorano, Botanist, Quinault Indian Nation - "Management By Fire"
Greg Johnston, Author & Photographer, King County Parks Specialist - "Eight Amazing Places on the Washington Coast"
Joe Buchanan, WDFW Natural Resource Scientist, "Abundance, Distribution, and Migration of the Red Knot on the Pacific Coast of the Americas"
Dan Varland, Executive Director, Coastal Raptors - "The Peregrine Falcon - Hunter and Scavenger!"
Tom Rowley - "A Photographic Visit with Grays Harbor's Shorebirds"