By Caroline Fox
An illustrated narrative that interweaves the transferring seasons of the Northwest Coast with the studies of a conservation biologist surveying hundreds of thousands of kilometres of open ocean that allows you to discover the complicated relationships among people, marine birds and the realities of up to date biodiversity.
At Sea with the Marine Birds of the Raincoast combines the average and human histories of Pacific Northwest marine birds with Caroline Fox’s own tale of her lifestyles as a conservation scientist. followed by means of shiny pictures, drawings and either archival and smooth images, the narrative follows the writer as she sails the coast, documenting marine poultry variety and seasonal shifts in neighborhood assemblages.
This detailed tale captures the common splendour and wealthy number of marine birds feeding, breeding and project astounding, usually trans-equatorial migrations alongside the Northwest Coast. Introducing probably the most interesting but poorly understood species, together with albatrosses, puffins and cranes, this compelling learn calls awareness to the pressing conservation demanding situations confronted via marine birds and their ecosystems, in addition to their traditionally advanced courting with human society.
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