Peter Trull has been involved in research and education for about 35 years. He conducted field research in Guyana and Surinam, studying the market trapping of protected seabirds and was an education director at the Cape Cod Museum of natural History and The Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies. He began studying Eastern Coyotes in 1989. Presently, Peter teaches 7th grade Science at the Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School in Orleans, Massachusetts, and holds a Master's Degree in Education. He has written five books about Cape Cod natural history. His newest book, An Illustrated Guide to the Common Birds of Cape Cod, was released in 2012, following his photographic book Closer to the Great Whales, in 2010.


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