R. Shelton "Doc" White

FN'95

Doc White has lived to not only tell the story, but to capture it in stunning photographs. That’s how the rest of us get to see the world Doc has explored firsthand. From the Arctic to Australia, Doc White brings to life the wonders of nature, a heart-stopping show that he has shared over the years in books, magazines, film, television and online. 

Doc White's current project is Baja to Bering
The 12,000 NM Whale Migration
Baja California to the Bering Sea, Alaska.  This project will use photos and video documentation to delve into the (coastal) Eastern Pacific marine ecosystem, tracking the 12,000-nautical mile migration route of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) and the gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus), culminating in the longest migration of any mammal on earth. The journey will document diverse and ecologically important ecosystems and marine life that whales migrate through while in transit.

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