For much of his life he lived a migratory existence; Not in the fashion of a migrant worker, but more in the fashion of a migratory bird. He spent many summers working amongst the brown bears of Alaska to then head south to spend the winters on the white sand beaches of Belize.
He presently spends his time as a naturalists in such pursuits as counting tortoises in Mojave Desert and organizing the wintertime bird-count for the Sequoia chapter of the Audubon Society. He is a world authority on birds and birding and a truly great guy.
Al talks about his childhood and coming of age in The Bay Area. He than shares with us some great stories of his travels, which includes encounters with elephants, Brown Bears and marine life…while swimming miles offshore of Belize.
Al then shares with us his love of birding and some of his favorite destinations. He also provides us boomers with some great tips on how to get started in this fascinating hobby.
Check out this interview, I’m sure that you’ll agree with me that Al is truly a one-of-a-kind free spirit.
Al DeMartini’s Contact information
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