Whale Scout knows where and how to track and report on changes in our endangered killer whale population. They are often the first to report a new birth (rare) and a new death (too often). Recently Whale Scout founder and director, Whitney Neugebauer interviewed killer whale biologist and FNCF Vice President Dr. David Bain and FNCF director Jim Freese. Here's a report from Whitney and, at about 20 minutes, you may begin to answer the question, "Why do killer whales start in the treetops?"
Join us when Whale Scout returns for their 3rd restoration event on:
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
A rumor has it that, weather permitting, we might actually see a big (really big) Killer Whale! Also Evergreen Karate and Jui Jitsu! Should be fun...
Another Eagle Scout Project Underway
Ihlal Mustafa designed, built and installed a neighborhood message board above our latest restoration project. This is Ihlal's Eagle Scout project. He is assisted by his father, grandfather and other Boy Scout Troop 420 members. Thanks Ihlal... this is going to be a wonderful addition for the community.
This work is supported by:
Generous citizens and volunteers
Scout Troop 420
The University of Washington Restoration Ecology Network
The Peach Foundation
The Rose Foundation Puget Sound Mitigation Fund
a grantmaking fund created by:
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Thank you for your continued interest and support!