David Hancock, Lecturer
This noted biologist, conservationist, writer and publisher is available for speaking engagements. An enthusiastic and dynamic lecturer, David has a fine collection of beautiful PowerPoint presentations that illustrate a number of current themes. These include:
• Bald Eagles, Salmon and More
• West Coast Wildlife
• NW Native Art & Culture
• Tlingits: The Alaskan Indians
He frequently addresses conservation societies on the protection and creation of better bald eagle habitat. A few other pet lecture topics include: The Turacos of the World, The Grouse of the World, Arctic Adventures, and An African Photo Safari.
David Hancock has spent most of his life studying west coast and arctic wildlife. He has published scientific and popular books and papers on whales, seals, seabirds, grouse and his speciality, the northern raptors. Prior to starting Hancock House Publishers he was a pilot and wildlife film producer, again specializing in the Native cultures and wildlife of the coast and north.
His books include: The Bald Eagle of Alaska, BC and Washington, Story of Eagle (for children) and Rocky Mountain Wildlife as well as another book on the northwest coast Indians - Tlingit: Their Art and Culture. As well, he has a book on the Alaska-Yukon wildflowers.
He is continually undertaking studies of the bald eagles along the northwest coast and maintains a sandhill crane breeding project.
David Hancock, Raptor Biologist
Hancock Wildlife Foundation
Canada: 19313 Zero Ave., Surrey, BC V3S 9R9
USA: 1431 Harrison Ave., Blaine, WA 98230
604 538-1114 or 604 761-1025