By Carl Safina Don’t believe the globe is warming? Fine. Whatever. Here’s one thing everyone agrees on: the fact that oil spills. Even without global warming—even if global warming is a hoax—we must, finally, eventually, kick the carbon-energy addiction. The fact that oil spills is among those reasons. As if New Orleans doesn’t have enough […]
Archives for April 2010
Thanks to Tony Lorenz and Nancy Black of the Monterey Bay Whalewatch, I was able to get out to search for what I called the Killers of the Davenport hills (because we found them off Davenport). These are actually transient killer whales, and the day before they’d killed a gray whale calf. In the small […]
Because of his work to restore marine populations and inspire change, he is a contender for one of the most prestigious awards for animal conservation – the $100,000 Indianapolis Prize. Click Here to read the full press release.
Wednesday April 7, 2010 – This morning I got a call from my friend, photographer John Todaro (http://bit.ly/deKPot): a young whale was washing ashore the main beach in town. I met him down there and, yes, a juvenile Humpback Whale was in the surf, alive. Unlike the whale in my children’s book, for this whale […]