Environment writer for National Geographic. Author of Shell Games, a true detective story about wildlife smugglers. Plus: angler, runner, dad

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Seattle Times environment writer and author of Shell Games, a nonfiction detective story about wildlife smugglers published in 2010 by HarperCollins. Winner of the 2011 Rachel Carson Environment Book Award. Also: hiker, runner angler, climber, father.

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@CraigAWelch — 3,905 followers, 6,235 tweets

@wudanyan Agree with “massive” ... I may do 20 interviews by phone before walking out the door. I want to know what character options I have, what things look like, if there’s an obvious narrative before I hop the plane. It can all change, of course, but I want to know as much as I can...
RT @GlobalEcoGuy: Textbooks spread totally false science to kids. In a major US city. In the 21st century.  https://twitter.com/coralsncaves/status/972102857464958976 
Follow thread to read this terrific, lyrical story about the terrific (and tenacious) @CooperIslandAK who has dedicated 43 summers to watching climate change pick off an Arctic bird colony, one nest at a time. Well done Hannah. Well done, George.  https://twitter.com/hannahjwaters/status/972098649613316096 
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