It has been a while since I have given a shout out to Ocean Magazine, an American nature magazine that is all about the ocean, for people who love the ocean…
“OCEAN is a magazine about the ocean. OCEAN Magazine publishes photography, articles and stories, essays, and poems to celebrate and protect the ocean. New issues are published quarterly –– Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. OCEAN’s quality is unsurpassed. OCEAN’s photography is beautiful. In OCEAN you read what you read no where else. OCEAN’s information is timeless. Never is an issue outdated. With incomparable quality, each issue of OCEAN is a collector’s item. OCEAN blends the informative and educational, personal, spiritual, and sensual. OCEAN draws its inspiration from love, with beauty and respect. OCEAN opens the depths, and takes you in. OCEAN is unabashedly different. Its intention is pure.”
Ocean Magazine is always wonderfully warm, thought-provoking and interesting. And right now, it features my first article for an American magazine, for which I feel honored and grateful.
For those of you who remember Peggy Stap (Marine Life Studies), Laurie Murison (Grand Manan Whale and Seabird Research Station), Nina Pardo and Stefan Austermühle (Mundo Azul), my article is all about them. Plus they add their own unique voices to the magazine, giving an even clearer glimpse of their lives and perspectives.
As ever, there is so much you can do to learn more about the work of whale and dolphin conservationists; Peggy, Laurie, Stefan and Nina are always glad to receive your interest and support. And don’t forget to visit my good friends at Planet Whale if you want to discover more cetacean conservation organisations all around the world… There may be one on your doorstep that you never knew existed but would be immensely glad to discover!