Synopsis: When biologists Aaron Hirsh and Veronica Volny lead twelve college students to a remote fishing village on the Sea of Cortez, they encounter a bay of dazzling beauty and richness. But as the group begins its investigations—conducting ecological and evolutionary studies of the area and its natural inhabitants; listening to the stories of local villagers; and examining the journals of conquistadors and explorers—they realize that the sea is but a ghost of what it once was.
And yet there is redemption in their difficult realization: as they find their places in a profoundly altered environment, they also recognize their roles in the path ahead, and ultimately come to see themselves in a new light. By turns epic and intimate, Telling Our Way to the Sea is a profound meditation on our changing relationships with nature—and with one another.
WINNER of 2013 NATURAL HISTORY LITERATURE CATEGORY OF THE NATIONAL OUTDOOR BOOK AWARDS
Published: August 2013 | ISBN-13: 978-1250050311
Book/Author’s Homepage: http://www.tellingourwaytothesea.com
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