As beauty and appreciation of the Salish Sea flow off the pages into the minds of readers, a key objective of the authors is achieved: to connect people with their home
This will be the kind of field guide that paper can’t deliver, a guide that will show you behavior of creatures (video), interactions between creatures instead of a separate page for each one, and so you can keep looking at cool stuff while learning, it can read to you! And the content won’t be just science-y stuff, it’ll also include cultural interpretations: poetry, art, stories, etc.
If we listen with our eyes, we can hear the seashore talking. “How do I love thee? Let me count the hearts…”
Every summer for decades, Jim Nollman played music with the same pod of orcas. He wasn’t performing communication experiments on animals in a laboratory or an aquarium. Instead, he explored communication with the animals as willing participants in their own habitats.
In this keystone tome, zoologist Eugene Kozloff describes the common plants and animals that inhabit rocky shores, sandy beaches, and quiet bays and estuaries from Monterey to northern British Columbia.
Collections of high quality glimpses at our underwater world can be found in Pacific Northwest Diver, a bi-monthoy e-Magazine that offers peeks below the surface that leap right off the screen.
The true story of cops, con men, and the smuggling of America’s strangest wildlife.
Fin whales produce some of the loudest noises in the animal kingdom. So loud that marine geophysicists have found fin whale calls recorded by seismometers they use to detect earthquakes. Since these whales haven’t been studied much, scientists are using the whale’s calls to learn more about their behavior.
With miles of coastline, countless rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands, water is the link that connects our communities. Two free courses offer a chance for small groups to become familiar with issues related to our waters.
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