Langley hosts 'Gray Whales as Sentinels of Climate Change'

Sue Moore of the NOAA Fisheries is the featured speaker at the 10th annual “Welcome the Whales” festival in Langley that takes place in April. She is scheduled to speak at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 20 at Langley United Methodist Church located at the corner of Third and Anthes.

Moore is a biological oceanographer with the NOAA Fisheries Office of Science and Technology.

She has 35 years of research experience focused on the ecology, bioacoustics, and natural history of whales and dolphins, with much of her work directed toward cetaceans in the Pacific arctic region.

Her presentation follows a day of activities in Langley. Welcome the Whales Festival and Parade is sponsored by Orca Network, Homeplace of Oak Harbor, and the Langley Chamber of Commerce, with support from Langley Main Street Association.

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