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Bay of Life From Wind to Whales

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By: Frans Lanting(Photographer), Christine K Eckstrom(Editor)
240 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Insight Editions
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  • Bay of Life ISBN: 9781647221430 Hardback Oct 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Explore the wonders of one of Earth's natural crown jewels: California's Monterey Bay – the hottest hot spot for biodiversity in North America, according to The Nature Conservancy.

This is a place of giants, from redwood forests on land to forests of kelp offshore. Monterey Bay supports iconic wildlife from delicate Monarch butterflies to soaring California condors, and from secretive mountain lions to majestic blue whales. All survive in a region where cosmopolitan migrants mix with rare local species.

Monterey Bay's natural abundance is the result of a unique confluence of land and sea, shaped by the forces of fog and fire and influenced by the actions of people. After the Gold Rush, a massive overexploitation of resources stripped the land of trees and the seas of fish and marine mammals. But that ecological collapse has been reversed in our time. Bay of Life describes a remarkable recovery which shows that damaged ecosystems can be restored when people care and act together. That offers a model for other places at a time when we need such stories of hope.

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Frans Lanting has been hailed as one of the great nature photographers of our time. His influential work appears in books, magazines, and exhibitions around the world. Lanting's books include Into Africa, Life, Jungles, Eye to Eye and Okavango. Lanting is an ambassador for the World Wildlife Fund and has received numerous awards for his work, including the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year's first Lifetime Achievement Award. HRH Prince Bernhard inducted him as a Knight in the Royal Order of the Golden Ark, the Netherlands' highest conservation honor.

Christine Eckstrom is a writer and editor. She is the author of Forgotten Edens and a contributor to many books published by the National Geographic Society. She earned a Lowell Thomas Award for Best Magazine Article on Foreign Travel for her National Geographic Traveler story, "The Last Real Africa". The editor of Lanting's books, she is also a videographer, and has also filmed and produced stories for the National Geographic Channel.

Art / Photobook
By: Frans Lanting(Photographer), Christine K Eckstrom(Editor)
240 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Insight Editions
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