[MARMAM] Requesting Books and Reprints on Marine Mammals

Sclymene at aol.com Sclymene at aol.com
Tue May 17 15:20:52 PDT 2011

Dear MARMAMers,

¡VIVA Vaquita! is seeking donations or sales of books, reprints, and 
scientific journals on marine mammals.   Our intent is to collect literature that 
may not be in use anymore, and distribute it to colleagues who can most 
effectively put it to use.   The money raised from this effort will be used 
directly in research, conservation, and public awareness efforts directed at the 
vaquita (Phocoena sinus), seen by most as the World’s most endangered 
marine mammal species.

¡VIVA Vaquita! < http://www.vivavaquita.org > is a collaboration of 
concerned researchers and educators from three 501(3)c nonprofit organizations: 
Cetos Research Organization, Save The Whales, and the American Cetacean 
Society. Our goals and mission are to generate awareness of the vaquita and to 
promote a healthy Upper Gulf of California ecosystem.   Ultimately, we aim to 
help save the vaquita from extinction, and to do so in a way that also 
provides long-term benefits to the fisherman and other residents of Baja 
California, Mexico.

We have so far raised over $2,300 for vaquita conservation from such sales. 
  We see this as a win/win situation, where we get books and literature 
into the hands of those who can use it best, and in the process help the vaquita

Donations are tax-deductible.   If you have any books or other literature 
that you might be willing to donate or sell to us, please contact us so that 
we may discuss arrangements.   We can pay for postage, and may even be able 
to arrange to pick up the literature. Thank you in advance, and I look 
forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes,
Thomas A. Jefferson, Ph.D.
¡VIVA Vaquita!
5495 Camino Playa Malaga
San Diego, CA 92124
Tel.   (858) 278-4240
Email: sclymene at aol.com
Web: http://www.vivavaquita.org

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