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Wings Over the Sea

Wings Over the Sea

Allan Moses was a legendary figure, who was better known abroad than at home. A fisherman from Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Moses's fame began when he identified an albatross captured in the Bay of Fundy, 7000 miles away from its Antarctic home. Thus began a career that led Moses to South America, west Africa, and back to the Bay of Fundy once again on scientific expeditions that changed the history of ornithology.
A former journalist and director of Canadian History for the New Brunswick Museum, L.K. Ingersoll was a founding member of the Grand Manan Museum and the editor of the Grand Manan Historian.

159 pages
Pub date: January 1, 1991