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South Sound Esturary AssociationPO Box 2182
Olympia, WA 98507
South Sound Estuarium
309 State Ave. NE
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The draft design is done. It is mostly an underwater scene of south puget sound sea life. The picture here is just one section. There will be sea stars, jellyfish, anenomies (like the ones in the picture, but they will … Continue reading
Tufted Puffins video from Seadoc. Tufted puffins receive endangered species status in Washington State.
Starting June 20th, SSEA will be hosting a summer speakers series. All presentations will be at the Estuarium, 309 State Ave. NE, Olympia and start at 1 pm. Below is the list of upcoming presentations. Please plan to join us … Continue reading
Tomorrow’s low tide is a grand -2.5. The beach naturalists will be at Tolmie and Burfoot on June 6st from 1 – 4 pm and at Burfoot on June 7 from 2 – 5 pm. The weather … Continue reading
Registration is now open for the October 11, 2015, 1 – 5 pm Benefit Cruise. Join SSEA”s benefit cruise, 4 hours on the water enjoying south Puget Sound, aboard the luxury yacht “My Girl”. This year our route will take … Continue reading
TONIGHT is the Scott Cossu Benefit Concert JOIN US…Tickets still available! Tickets: $20/$15 students/low income or at the door. May 1, 2015, 8 pm The “Keep the Kids Warm” benefit concert proceeds will pay for a heater in the currently unheated science … Continue reading
2015 Annual Meeting & Volunteer Recognition April 7th, 6:00 – 8:30 pm, Capitol Museum Coach House, 214 – 22nd Ave. SW, Olympia. Speaker: Eric Erler, former Executive Director, Capit0l Land Trust, “Conserving the Richness of South Sound Estuaries” As Capitol … Continue reading
“What is happening to Puget Sound’s marine birds?” The answer to this question is complicated and depends on where and when you look and which species you examine. To illustrate this point, Scott Pearson will compare how population trends between … Continue reading
Become a Beach Naturalist! Join our Beach Naturalist learning community for the 5th full summer of sharing knowledge on beach, arousing curiosity, and feeling connections to the critters and the amazing intertidal and nearshore habitats they live in. Inspire to increase our own … Continue reading
Pier Peer at Boston Harbor Pier Peer at Boston Harbor Marina is a nighttime underwater lighting event. Held Friday night, March 6, 2015 7 pm. For reservations, click on events/pier peer.