Less than two decades ago, knowledge of and research into Hawai`i’s cetaceans was pretty much limited to just two of the more common species. And then Robin Baird began his work in the islands.
“When I started working in Hawai`i in 1999, there was a crowded research environment,” Baird writes in the preface to . . .
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