Contributor biographical information for The great penguin rescue : the inspiring true story of the world's largest live animal rescue / Dyan deNapoli.
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Dyan deNapoli has worked closely with penguins at Boston's New England Aquarium and in the wild for fifteen years. She has been featured as a penguin expert on several television and radio programs, was hired as the content reviewer for three books about penguins, and authored the Penguin chapter for the New Book of Knowledge encyclopedia. In addition to acting as a guest lecturer on cruises to the Galapagos Islands and Antarctica, she has been a presenter at national and international professional conferences. To date, she has taught approximately 250,000 people in the US and abroad about penguins. She is a member of the National Marine Educators Association, Grub Street writing center, and currently serves as President of the Home-based Businesswomen's Network. She lives beside a pond on Boston's North Shore and her website can be found at www.thepenguinlady.com.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Jackass penguin -- Effect of oil spills on -- South Africa -- Atlantic Coast.
Oil spills and wildlife -- South Africa -- Atlantic Coast.
Wildlife rescue -- South Africa -- Cape Town Region.
Wildlife rehabilitation -- South Africa -- Cape Town Region.