OCEAN Magazine Winter 2013, Issue 37
Front Cover   SANDY    Diane Buccheri

   FOR THE WHALES    Amanda Banks

   FROM THE WHALES

   WHALE WATCHING    James Gresham

   1,000 EVERY DAY    Diane Buccheri
  
   DOLPHIN CONFIDENTIAL    Book Review
  
   OIL SPILL    Kathy Parra

   CONNECTING    Chad Wolfe

   WITH THE WIND    Diane Buccheri

   13 YEARS AT SEA'S EDGE    Bruce Edward Litton
 
   I COME HERE A LOT    Jeff Beyl   

   QUIET IN THE WAVE    Nadia Maragha

   THIS I BELIEVE THE SKY IS BLUE    Melba Milak

   SCARLET SUN    Caitlin Barasch

   OCEAN WRITING CONTEST WINNER    Lawrence W. Lee



A glimpse into this issue . . .




 
Sandy overwashed and destroyed NC Highway 12.  



  




















SANDY

   
Diane Buccheri




Along with our many island visitors, Sandy visited. She brought high winds,
3 story high surf, and overwashed the only highway leading on and off
the island. Nor'easters continued to visit, one after the next, eroding the
island, destroying the highway again and again.

 

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Amanda Banks visited 3 whale researchers.


 
  























FOR THE WHALES

Amanda Banks




3 researchers in 3 geographic areas working for the whales. Amanda visited
Peggy Stap in Monterey, California, Nina Pardo in Lima, Peru, and Laurie
Murison in New Brunswick, Canada. They share their love for the whales
through their work. Amanda shares some moments with them with us.



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What did they learn from the whales? 

 















FROM THE WHALES





What have the 3 researchers learned from the whales? Their answers
differ and range from inner reflection to heightened outer awareness
to being directed by the dolphins to regulate boat speed for their safety.


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1,000 die every day entangled in fishing nets. Captain Dave Anderson of Dolphin Safari rescues whales.   






















1,000 EVERY DAY

   
Diane Buccheri
 



Entangled. That's more than their populations can sustain.
Captain Dave Anderson of Dolphin Safari rescues every one
he can. And he tells us how we can help them too.



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The oil spill is not over.






















OIL SPILL

 
Kathy Parra




The oil spill is not over. Dolphins call for harmony and balance on earth.
Humans are part of all life on earth. We are not separate from all other
living beings here on earth. It is time now for us to breathe with them,
share our lives with them as they share their lives with us.



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 And so much more!