The Beluga Café by Jim Nollman
My Strange Adventure with Art, Music, and Whales in the Far North

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Jim Nollman has been involved in animal communication research for 30 years and is known around the world for playing music with whales. In this true adventure story, Nollman and two artist friends set out for Canada's vast Mackenzie Delta, to make music with belugas - the elusive white whales of the Arctic.
 

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Jim Nollman has been involved in animal communications research for thirty years and is known around the world for playing music with whales. He directs Interspecies Inc., a nonprofit organization that brings artists into wild places to transform human perceptions about habitat and animals. He is the author of several books of nature writing, including Why We Garden: Cultivating a Sense of Place and The Charged Border: Where Whales and Humans Meet. His CD, Orcas' Greatest Hits, documents wild orcas improvising songs with human musicians. Nollman lives on an island in Puget Sound.
 
Published October 1, 2002 by Sierra Club Books. 312 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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