Central Puget Sound Marine Mammal Stranding Network
Education

Installed Interpretive Signs in Island County
.pdf with photos

CPSMMSN Educational Activities
.pdf with photos


hangingrudy

Matt Klope and CPSMMSN volunteers install the rearticulated skeleton of "Rudy" the Dall's porpoise at the Coupeville Wharf Exhibit area. Rudy hangs next to "Rosie" the Gray whale skeleton, rearticulated and installed by Matt and volunteers in November 2000.


CPSMMSNclass

Stephanie Norman, DVM, teaches a new class of CPSMMSN volunteers.


Teamphoto2

CPSMMSN Crew collects Gray Whale skull to preserve and use for education and outreach in the community. From left: Davide Kane, Sandy Dubpernell, Matt Klope, Jill Hein, Marty Crowley, Susan Berta.


Oak%20Harbor%20Library%20Display

CPSMMSN Educational Display at the Oak Harbor Library.
Displays such as this teach the public what to do and who to contact when they find marine mammals on the beach.


EdDisplay

Portable display used in classrooms, events, and for presentations.
Displays such as this teach the public what to do and who to contact when they find marine mammals on the beach.


StrandingResearchConf

CPSMMSN & Orca Network educational displays at the Puget Sound/Georgia Basin Research Conference.
Displays such as this teach the public what to do and who to contact when they find marine mammals on the beach.