The Whale Whisperer: Close encounters with humpback whales

Book AuthorAndrew Stevenson
Rights Available World excl. NZ


A magnificent collection of photography coupled with a deeper insight into the character and habits of these massive, powerful and highly intelligent behemoths of the ocean. Marine scientists know a lot about the behaviour of humpbacks in their feeding and breeding grounds close to shore, but there has previously been little documented on the humpbanks’ mid-ocean migratory behaviour. As a mid-ocean platform, the author’s home of bermuda provides a unique window into the lives of the humpbanks. Author Andrew Stevenson started his research on humpbanks in 2007 while making the award-winning documentary film ‘Where the Whales Sing’.

Awards
Author Andrew Stevenson won the Emerging Underwater Filmmaker Award at the BLUE Ocean Film Festival in Monterey in 2011 for his documentary ‘Where the Whales Sing’.

About the Author
Andrew Stevenson is also the author of A Nepalese Journey, a photographic volume, and five travel narratives on Nepal, New Zealand, Norway and Australia.

Description

Publisher
Bateman Books

Extent
208pp

Format
234 x 320mm (landscape)

Binding
Hardbackwith jacket

Category
Non-Fiction

Genre
Natural world

Publication Date
September 2023

Rights Available:
World excl. NZ

Rights Agents:

World

Paul Bateman, David Bateman Ltd
bateman@bateman.co.nz

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