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Theodore Roosevelt IV

Theodore Roosevelt IV

The Last Polar Bear - Essayist
Theodore Roosevelt IV, a great-grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt, is a managing director at Lehman Brothers, New York. He is also chairman of Lehman Brothers' Council on Climate Change. Roosevelt was a Foreign Service Officer for the Department of State, serving in Washington DC and ...
Dr. Carl Safina
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Dr. Carl Safina

Salmon in the Trees - Essayist
Dr. Carl Safina is co-founder and president of Blue Ocean Institute, an international nonprofit conservation organization headquartered in East Norwich, New York. Safina is author of more than 100 articles and three books, including the award-winning Song for the Blue Ocean, Eye of the Albatross, ...
George B. Schaller

George B. Schaller

Seasons of Life and Land - Essayist
George B. Schaller is a field biologist and vice president of science and exploration at the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York. He was born in 1933 and went to the University of Alaska and Wisconsin. He was a member of the 1956 Murie expedition to Alaska, which resulted in the establishment ...
John Schoen

John Schoen

Salmon in the Trees - Essayist
John Schoen grew up on an island off the Washington coast and received his Ph.D. in wildlife ecology from the University of Washington. John has been involved in wildlife conservation in Alaska since 1976 and currently serves as the senior scientist for Audubon Alaska in Anchorage. Prior to working ...
Stan Senner

Stan Senner

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Stan Senner is executive director and vice president of Audubon Alaska. He has more than thirty years of experience in ornithology and in the fields of natural resources and wildlife conservation policy. Senner served as the science coordinator for the Anchorage-based Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee ...
Cynthia D. Shogan

Cynthia D. Shogan

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Cynthia D. Shogan is the executive director of Alaska Wilderness League, which works to further the protection of Alaska’s incomparable natural endowment through legislative and administrative activities, public education, and grassroots activism. In 2002, Alaska Wilderness League was one of ...
David Allen Sibley
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David Allen Sibley

Arctic Wings - Introduction
David Allen Sibley, son of the well-known ornithologist Fred Sibley, began seriously watching and drawing birds in 1969, at age seven. He has written and illustrated articles on bird identification for many regional and national publications, as well as several books. Since 1980 Sibley has traveled ...
Martyn Stewart
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Martyn Stewart

Arctic Wings - Recording Artist
Martyn Stewart is an audio-naturalist specializing in location and field recordings. Much of his work is used in natural history documentaries, many of which have been broadcast on BBC television and radio. He had also recorded several CDs, including one for Birdsongs of the Pacific Northwest (The ...
Dr. Ian Stirling

Dr. Ian Stirling

Planet Ice - Essayist
Dr. Ian Stirling is a celebrated polar bear, seal, and marine ecosystem researcher with the Canadian Wildlife Service. He is adjunct professor of Zoology at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, and the author of Polar Bears, Bears: a Complete Guide to Every Species, and numerous academic papers.Dr. ...
John Straley

John Straley

Salmon in the Trees - Essayist
John Straley is a novelist, poet, and criminal defense investigator. His first book, The Woman Who Married a Bear, won the Private Eye Writers of America’s Shamus award for Best Firs P.I. Novel of 1992. His third book, The Music of What Happens won the Spotted Owl Award for Best Northwest Mystery ...