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Saving the Gray Whale: People, Politics, and Conservation in Baja California

Serge Dedina
University of Arizona Press
Natural History

A scholarly, well-researched analysis of conservation challenges for the gray whale and its breeding lagoons along the Pacific coast of Baja California. With chapters on the natural history of the gray whale, Scammons and the whale hunters, symbolic importance of the whale in Mexico, history of conservation efforts and the struggle over the future of San Ignacio lagoon.

ISBN: 9780816518463
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