Learn more from Monika Wieland Shields as she discusses her book, Endangered Orcas: The Story of the Southern Residents. This in-depth book takes a deep dive into the history of our interactions with Southern Resident killer whales, their biology, and current threats to their survival. Perfect for the beginner just dipping their toes into the world of orcas or the experienced naturalist, each section of the book offers the reader a clear understanding of orca research and science.
In the interview Whitney Neugebauer, Whale Scout, and Colleen Weiler, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, explore acoustic research, politics, and Monika’s current work as Founder of Orca Behavior Institute.
This is the third book of three in the Orca Month Book Club. Check out other interviews with Erich Hoyt, author of Orca: The Whale Called Killer and Alexandra Morton, author of Listening to Whales: What the Orcas Have Taught Us.
To learn more about Monika Wieland Shield’s research visit www.orcabehaviorinstitute.org
For her blog, visit www.orcawatcher.com
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