Dylan Walker is a marine scientist and experienced field naturalist. He has conducted over 100,000km of surveys for whales and dolphins across the North Atlantic. Dylan co-founded the charity ORCA and has authored several acclaimed books on cetaceans. After forming whale watching search engine Planet Whale and the event WhaleFest with Ian Rowlands, the World Cetacean Alliance formed in June 2013 which Dylan now facilitates as CEO for the Secretariat. Here, Dylan recounts how catching butterflies as a child, getting engaged in front of a giant tortoise in the Galapagos and the words of Tony Benn have all spurred on his love of the natural world and says his biggest challenge has come from tackling conservationists’ egos.read full interview
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