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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2/2 This also shows the role of #whalefalls in the ocean. short video reveals a bit of serendipitous scientific magic as a young gray #whale fresh #whalefall is discovered. @marinemammalogy Credit: ROV Nautilus at Davidson Seamount [Video: Ocean Exploration Trust and NOAA ONMS].
Love #infographics. This shows the role of #whalefalls in the ocean. I'll repost video of this in 2/2: a bit of serendipitous scientific magic. Check it out if you haven't seen it before. @marinemammalogy @MarineMammalCom @Defenders @WhaleTalesOrg @OceanChampions @ORCA_web 1/2
2nd day in a row for 6+ #dolphins swimming offshore Durlston Country Park #Dorset — 06.50 am heading S, then returning heading NE. Fulmars & razorbills flying around, too. @SeaLifeTrust @SeaWatchersUK @whalesorg @ORCA_web @orcaUK1 @BDMLROrcaAware