What Crow is doing in the Galapagos

From Crow last night:

Spent 11 hours on a skiff with father and son
fishermen today. They caught 12 yellow tail tuna, one barracuda, and
one shark (released). Opened up the guts of one of the tuna to find
lots of sardines. Removed the heart and it was still beating in my
hand. Ate a little (delicious). Saw lots of sea lions, small marine
iguanas, blue footed boobies and on the way home mom and calf humpback
whales breaching. Wow. Don't worry, the rest of the time here I've
been working my butt off
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About Bruce Kendall

I'm a professor of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. My research is primarily in ecological theory, with a population approach. I work in a number of applications including coastal fisheries, population viability analysis, and conservation biology; I do fundamental theoretical work on the implications of among-individual variability for population dynamics. I'm also an Associate Dean of the Graduate Division at UCSB.
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