Anne Maczulak is the author of 14 books on microbes and the environment. She has appeared on TV and radio, contributed to publications such as Psychology Today, and has discussed her specialty at book signings and for local organizations. She has spent many years refining her birdwatching skills, and is now working on new writing projects on the backstories of scientific discovery and the world of birds.
Explore Anne's Books
Voyage through the Drake Passage: A tale of turbulent seas and surprising tranquility in the Antarctic wilderness. Explore unseen realities and the allure of enigmatic penguins. 🐧🌊❄️
Discover the awe-inspiring journey of Ernest Shackleton’s Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914, facing perilous ice, treacherous seas, and encounters with menacing leopard seals in the Antarctic wilderness.
Thrilling Tales from the Southern Ocean – Brave the perils of “sporty” conditions, penguin encounters, and stunning landscapes as we voyage towards Antarctica’s icy realm. A journey of awe and wonder! 🚢🌊🐧