If the book launch for The Incomplete Guide to the Wildlife of Saint Martin was going to be held in a cave, Jamaican fruit bats would surely bring all their friends. Of course, it's not being held in a cave, it will be at the Jubilee Library in Philipsburg, one week from today (Tuesday, July 23rd, 6-8pm). The event is free and open to everyone, so please invite your friends and family, or even complete strangers. There will be a short presentation showcasing five reasons why studying the wildlife of St. Martin is fascinating. I hope you can make it. You can join the event or invite friends at https://www.facebook.com/events/310941832373599/
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The all-new second edition of this wildlife guide has already been called "the best, and most complete, natural history book I have read about any single Caribbean island" by none other than James "Skip" Lazell, who has studied Caribbean biology and ecology for fifty years. For more information about the guide, visit: http://www.sxmwildlife.com