In May and June of 2016 I travelled to Guam and Rota in the Mariana Islands on a research trip. My focus was the critically endangered aga or Mariana Crow (Corus kubaryi). During the trip I took photos of a range of related things. A few of them are included below.
A great interview on Flight Ways has just been posted on the New Books Network seminar. Thanks so much to Carla Nappi for taking the time to read the book and chat with me.
In the middle of the North Pacific Ocean, at the far north west end of the Hawaiian Archipelago, lie a few tiny coral and sand islands encircled by a small reef. These little patches of dry land in the midst of a vast expanse of water and sky are Midway Atoll.
Continue reading Albatross, plastic and the undoing of generations
I’m incredibly pleased to announce my contract with Columbia University Press for my new book on ethics and extinction in a world of avian entanglements.
To celebrate, I’ve started this blog and included a page with some more information on my (almost finished) book.