Come to the Estuarium to learn all about the orcas that share the waters of the Puget Sound. Admission to the Estuarium will be FREE all
Come to the Estuarium to learn all about the orcas that share the waters of the Puget Sound. Admission to the Estuarium will be FREE all day (11am-4pm) on Sunday, November 20th! The exhibit consists of photos and information about the southern resident orcas. You will learn their history in this area and the survival challenges they face. They have samples of real marine mammal pelts, a harbor porpoise skeleton, and a replica orca skull to examine and there will even be marine mammal themed games and prizes!
The Estuarium’s Orca Odyssey Exhibit is a traveling exhibit based on the book “Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home” written by Lynda V. Maples. This book will be for sale at the Estuarium as well! Every weekend in October, November, December, and January there will be orca-centric education at the Estuarium.
This is a free event that is open to the public. Masks are required, and COVID-19 protocols will be in effect.