Mid-Columbia Libraries is pleased to present the lecture, Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening? on March 30, 2017, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The lecture will be held at 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick, WA. For more details, visit the page of Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening? at Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.
About 'Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening?'
Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening? is a discussion that suits an audience of all ages. The lecture will feature Brent Nixon who is a marine research naturalist and the director of environmental education. Nixon also played an important role in establishing and managing the country's first non-captive marine mammal park located in the Puget Sound.
As a film artist, photographer, and actor, Nixon was able to come up with some exceptional films that present the factors threatening the endangered species. Nixon will present some of these films in the course of the lecture and will lead the audience to an informative discussion on 'Orcas Are Speaking, Are We Listening?'. Nixon is known for his remarkable speaking abilities so the lecture will surely be an engaging event. Don't miss it!Posted by Colleen D. Lane on