The show is at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Hogan will show surface and underwater photos and videos. After attending this show, people will be able to identify when a whale is swimming to get to another location, hunting for salmon or just playing.
Hogan will also discuss the sleeping habits of orcas: Their brains are so large that they put half their brain to sleep, but use the other half to keep on the move.
Hogan also will provide a unique view of what it is like to swim with the San Juan orcas, thanks to a research webcam that was temporarily attached to a very large male killer whale's dorsal fin.
He also will provide news on the baby orca that was born earlier this year and bring along a whale skull for people to examine.
Cost is $5 for Adopt A Stream Foundation members, $7 non-members. Proceeds benefit the Adopt A Stream Foundation's Streamkeeper Academy.
Call 425-316-8592 now to register. Space is limited.
More info: www.streamkeeper.org.
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