Embracing the Killers: The Origins of our Love Affair with Orcas

Part of: In Pursuit of Knowledge - Fall, In Pursuit of Knowledge - Spring

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Today, there is no more prominent symbol of the Pacific Northwest than the orca. Yet just a few decades ago, killer whales were reviled and shot throughout the region. Join historian Jason Colby for a provocative exploration of our transformed relationship with the ocean’s apex predator.  The author of Orca: How We Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator (Oxford, 2018), Colby will incorporate material from interviews, archives, and personal explorations throughout the Salish Sea.
 

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