National Audubon Society Guide to Marine Mammals of the World

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Product Details

Price
$40.00
Publisher
Knopf Publishing Group
Publish Date
Pages
528
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.1 X 1.5 inches | 2.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780375411410

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About the Author

Audubon's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

Audubon's network of community-based nature centers and chapters, scientific and educational programs, and advocacy on behalf of areas sustaining important bird populations, engage millions of people of all ages and backgrounds in positive conservation experiences.
Pieter Folkens is one of the finest marine mammal illustrators in the world. He is the only one to have illustrated all extant species of marine mammals as well as many prehistoric species. He was the first natural science illustration lecturer in the Science Communication Program University of California and is presently a popular lecturer for Princess Cruises, Lindblad Expeditions, Dolphin Charters, Marine Science Institute, and the Seymour Marine Science Center.A charter member of the Society for Marine Mammalogy, Folkens is also a founding director of the Alaska Whale Foundation and a life member of The Marine Mammal Center and lead trainer and captain of their water rescue/whale disentanglement team. His company - A Higher Porpoise Design Group - is so named to draw attention to one of the most endangered marine mammals, the Vaquita (Gulf of California porpoise). The author and illustrator of numerous publications, including the forthcoming The National Audubon Guide to Marine Mammals of the World (Knopf/Random House, 2002), Folkens also constructs life-sized sculptures of marine mammals including a bowhead for the Inupiat Heritage Center, Barrow, Alaska; and the cinematic cetaceans for the films Star Trek IV, White Squall, Flipper, Zeus and Roxanne, seaquest DSV, and all of the killer whales for the Free Willy series.