The American Cetacean Society engages in educational, conservational, and scientific pursuits for the purpose of expanding scientific knowledge of whales, dolphins, porpoises, and related creatures. Services offered by the Monterey Bay Chapter include monthly meetings open to the public, featuring presentations about whales, dolphins and related aspects of the marine environment.

September – The September 29 meeting topic is Edward F. Ricketts and Jack Calvin: The Publishing of Between Pacific Tides, First Edition (1939), presented by Donald Kohrs, Branch Library Specialist at Hopkins Marine Station. Learn more.

Next Month: October 27 – Bill Standley from the Bureau of Land Management will be talking about shorebird surveys.

We are very grateful to Laurie Huelga for designing and developing the remodeled ACS Monterey Bay website.