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SeaDoc Society Videos on Youtube

The SeaDoc Society works to ensure the health of marine wildlife and their ecosystems through science and education. They strive to find science-based solutions for marine wildlife in the Salish Sea through a multi-species approach. SeaDoc is a program of the Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. SeaDoc is the home of Salish Sea Wild, a video series about the wild species of the Salish Sea.

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Salish Sea Wild
Wildlife documentary series, hosted by SeaDoc Society’s Joe Gaydos. Traveling from the salmon streams born in snow-capped mountains to the rich upwellings of the Pacific Ocean, encountering the wildlife that depend on this diverse environment.

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Salish Sea in Focus
SeaDoc Science Director Joe Gaydos takes you on a tour through the ecosystem through the lenses of some of the region’s best photographers. All photos were featured in the Salish Sea in Focus Photo Contest.

Pod of Orcas
Podcast about the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales remaining in the wild. The podcase talks about how they’re looking directly at extinction if things don’t change now and also explored their emotional intelligence, complex family dynamics and deep spiritual connection to the tribes and first nations who’ve been in the Salish Sea since time immemorial.

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