Field Notes: a Northwest nature blog
One of the reasons many of us live in the Pacific Northwest is the natural wonders that amaze us all. On this blog Seattle Times writers and photographers will share their explorations of the natural world from snowcaps to whitecaps. Write us at email@example.com with your own sightings, questions and wonders to share.
Luna the whale comes to the big screen
Posted by Lynda V. Mapes
Remember Luna, the orca whale who lost contact with his family in Puget Sound in 2001 and turned up near Vancouver Island in Nootka Sound, hanging around boats and docks?
His life is the subject of a film that will be screened September 9 -15 at the SIFF Cinema at McCaw Hall at Seattle Center and in Tacoma at The Grand Cinema. Suzanne Chisholm is the film's producer and co-director. It is distributed by Paladin.
Feb 25 - 7:00 AM Washington's wolf population has at least doubled since last year
Feb 22 - 7:00 AM See (and smell) it now: witch hazel at Washington Park Arboretum
Feb 18 - 7:00 AM Live from pocket protector central: The AAAS wraps up in Boston
Feb 15 - 7:00 AM Here come the snow geese ... along with their very own festival
Feb 11 - 10:13 AM More on shorebirds: How do they do that?