Guide to Marine Mammals of Alaska

Guide to Marine Mammals of Alaska

Fourth Edition

Kate Wynne; Pieter Folkens, illustrator

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Guide to Marine Mammals of Alaska is the only book that exclusively covers all 29 marine mammal species of Alaska. Each whale, porpoise, dolphin, seal, sea lion, walrus, sea otter, and polar bear is described and illustrated. Color photos and surface profile drawings show Alaska marine mammals and compare similar species, and color range maps show distribution. Mammal characteristics and descriptions are presented in a format that allows fast, accurate identification at sea. The 80-page, award-winning, richly illustrated book is printed on durable water-resistant paper, and is wire-bound to give years of service outdoors and in the office, classroom, and home.

The 2012 (fourth) edition of this award-winning book has been brought up to date with the latest range and status information.

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"Excellent—well conceived, designed and executed. You have produced the best nature guide of the many dozens I own."—David Eslinger, Cruise Ship Naturalist, Palm Desert, California

“Great field book! I wish all areas of the world were covered by books like this one.”—Allan Morgan, Naturalist/Photographer, Tucson, Arizona

“I have thoroughly enjoyed both reading this book and using it as a reference. My fourth grade whale enthusiasts love it.”—Annie Garretson, Pioneer Elementary, Colorado Springs, Colorado

“What a terrific job. . . . The pictures are good, the text is clear, and the descriptions contain a lot of information in almost no space!”—John R. Twiss Jr., Executive Director, Marine Mammal Commission

"Awesome field support. Used extensively with the lay public. Best I've used!"—Steve Vogel, Curator, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, San Pedro, California

"We pass the book around to people from the four corners of the earth. Thanks for helping us help visitors to Alaska get a better appreciation for the wonderful life in the ocean."—Jean Tauck, Naturalist Lecturer, Ventura, California

"The field guide is a favorite among visitors to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve as well as an invaluable tool used by local naturalists and educators."—Karen Piatt, Branch Manager, Alaska Natural History Association, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

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