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    FEW Logo.jpgFEW Logo.jpgEverett Waterfront Speaker Series Sponsored by the City of Everett and the Friends of the Everett Waterfront The Distribution,
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 16, 2004
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      FEW Logo.jpgFEW Logo.jpgEverett Waterfront Speaker Series

      Sponsored by the City of Everett and the Friends of the Everett Waterfront

       

       

      The Distribution, Abundance, and Life History of Harbor Porpoises in Boston Harbor and the Mystic River.

      Jim Rice

      Senior Biologist

      Marine Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation

      New England Aquarium

       

       

       

      April 22, 2004 7pm

      Everett City Hall

      484 Broadway

      Keverian Room

       

      Jim Rice currently serves as Senior Biologist in the Rescue and

      Rehabilitation Department at the New England Aquarium in Boston, where

      he has worked since 1996. He holds a bachelor's degree from the

      University of Vermont, and is an alumnus of the Sea Semester program

      in Woods Hole, which taught him about oceanographic research on the

      high seas in a sailing research vessel.  He has 16 years of experience

      working with and studying marine mammals, as a trainer, care-giver,

      and researcher. He has studied sea

      lion (and elephant) cognition and behavior, habit use of killer whales in

      British Columbia, and is currently investigating the distribution,

      abundance, and life history of harbor porpoises in Boston Harbor.

       

      COME JOIN US!

       

       
      Officer Patrick Johnston
      Everett Police Marine Division
      617-905-3747
       
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