THIS IS ACS-Oc!
Cetacean expert Alisa Schulman-Janiger and ACS-OC Board Member Steve O'Toole report on this spring's amazing activity in Monterey Bay!
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Special showing of the new documentary Sonic Sea, and discussion with
the film's co-director, Daniel Hinerfeld of the
Natural Resources Defense Council
WHALE I.D. AND TRACKING!
A discussion of this intriguing subject, including the use of such citizen-science tools as Happywhale!
The American Cetacean Society was the first non-profit conservation group anywhere devoted to cetaceans - whales, dolphins and porpoises. ACS National was founded in 1967, and the OC chapter was formed ten years later.
The Orange County Chapter's membership has more than doubled over the past three years. We offer free monthly meetings with guest speakers, a Volunteer Naturalist program to train docents for whale-watch boats and other venues, public outreach tables at events such as the Dana Point Festival of Whales, and much, much more! Come join us!
At least once a year, ACS-OC conducts training to certify Naturalists to serve the public on whale-watch boats and other venues. It's a great way to learn more about whales and help fulfill our public-education mission. Click below to find out more!
ACS-OC has monthly meetings with guest speakers from Orange County and elsewhere. Most of the talks are about cetaceans (of course!), but now and then our members like to hear about other topics, so we try to find a good mix. Click below to see our upcoming schedule.