Eye of the Albatross

Eye of the Albatross by Carl Safina is riveting natural history of these incredible birds, whose lives resemble those of humans in many ways. The author manages to write both scientifically and poetically, with wordplay as well. Though it isn't a quick read, I found it hard to put down.

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