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By: Dick Russell(Author)
688 pages, colour & b/w photos, maps
The tale of human attempts to cull and then protect the grey whale. Russell follows its migration from Baja California to the Bering Strait.
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Dick Russell, a longtime environmental journalist, is a recipient of the Chevron Conservation Award and the author of The Man Who Knew Too Much (Carroll & Graf, 2003) and Black Genlus: And the American Experience (Carroll & Graf, 1999). He divides his time between Los Angeles and Boston.
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