In between sorting photos, I’ve also been trying to get lots of reading done. I brought a pile of scientific papers down with me; I’ve made some headway, but it seems for every paper I get through, I find a newly published one that needs to go into the pile! I’ve also been continuing to work on the stranding response plan document. Our hope is that I spend lots of time on it & we never need to use it. But, I think it will be very helpful if the need ever does arise. This is the field guide I’m using, if anyone is curious: Geraci, J.R. and V.J. Lounsbury. 2005. Marine Mammals Ashore: A Field Guide for Strandings, Second Edition. National Aquarium in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD. Until next time, Kel
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