Human/ Nature Speaker Series: “Orca: How we Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator”Library Programs2018-09-08T04:02:47+00:00
The Lopez Island Library is pleased to feature the second program in the HUMAN/NATURE Fall Speaker Series. The series highlights regional authors and scholars who focus on the intersections between the human world and the natural environment. On Thursday, September 20th at 7pm, Dr. Jason M. Colby from the University of Victoria will present on his book, “Orca: How we Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator” at Grace Church.
Dr. Colby offers a definitive history of how the feared and despised “killer” became the beloved “orca”–and what that has meant for our relationship with the ocean and its creatures.
Due to anticipated interest and limited seating, the library is issuing free tickets for Dr. Colby’s presentation. Come pick-up your ticket at the library circulation desk. Two tickets will be allowed per person.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Lopez Library. All library programs are free and open to the public.