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SeaDoc Society featured in the NYT

Message from SeaDoc Society: Tuesday morning, The New York Times published a big feature about the collaborative effort to save endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales—with a special focus on the use of research drones to capture breath samples and body temperatures in the wild. SeaDoc Society is working with NOAA, the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance and other Salish Sea partner organizations on this effort.

Pick up The New York Times or tap this link to read the piece that prominently features our Science Director Joe Gaydos as well as video by our own Bob Friel and a beautiful spread of photos by Louise Johns.


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