I always wanted to open a bookstore, but I didn’t want to spend time away from writing. With internet bookstores, it's possible to do both. What I hope with this site is not only to list and sell my books but to offer background details on books and links to wildlife and conservation research and other news through my facebook page and Twitter feed.
My books listed here are available on any of the Amazon sites. If it is easier for you to order from Amazon, that’s fine. But I will try to keep the prices here competitive and at the same time, every time you order a book, I will send you something free — a map, poster, or perhaps a waterproof whale guide for your next whale watching trip. Of course, if you wish, I can also sign the books to you or to a friend, if it’s a gift.
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Here's the line-up of talks (click on image) for the American Cetacean Society (free) Zoom conf. Sat.30Jan. @defenders @ORCA_web @HWDT_org @whales_org @orcaUK1 @WWF_Whales If you had trouble registering yesterday, try again as it is open to more now: https://bit.ly/3qc9Dw5
Looking forward to talking about #MPAs for #whales & our Important Marine Mammal Areas IMMAs at American Cetacean Society virtual conf. Sat.30Jan Register (free) at https://bit.ly/3qc9Dw5 @marinemammalogy @Society4ConBio @CetaceanSociety @whalesorg
It's not every week you get a new #whale species. This one\s a split rather than a newly discovered whale. The Bryde's whale complex needs to be sorted as there may be 2 or more species. Taxonomists are in short supply. Rice's whale, Balaenoptera ricei, named after Dale W Rice. https://twitter.com/NOAAFish_SERO/status/1353689077145608195