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Dolphins of Hilton Head: Their Natural History

By: Cara M Gubbins

74 pages, B/w photos

University of South Carolina Press

Paperback | May 2002 | #134002 | ISBN: 1570034583
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NHBS Price: £13.50 $17/€16 approx

About this book

Introduction to the unique population of bottlenose dolphins that inhabits the warm water and brackish salt marshes of South Carolina's inland coastal waterways. The book offers practical suggestions on how best to view and understand these animals while visiting the island.


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Biography

Author of the popular biweekly column "Naturally Speaking" for the Hilton Head Island Packet, Cara M. Gubbins holds a Ph.D. in ecology, evolution, and conservation biology from the University of Nevada at Reno. Gubbins's research has been featured on CNN's "Science and Technology Week," the Discovery Channel, and National Geographic specials. Results of her work are regularly reported in the print media as well as in international scientific journals. Gubbins lives in Valrico, Florida.

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