On behalf of Catalina Island Conservancy's Board of Directors and staff, we thank everyone who has reached out to check in on our organization in light of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Safety and sustainability are key to the mission of the Conservancy.

We have a special offer code if you'd like to purchase Corinne's book. Get free shipping and a free e-book when you add both formats of North America's Galapagos to your cart at and use code VIRTUALISLANDS at checkout.

Also, join us on Instagram for a live conversation with Corinne on Friday, May 22 at 1 p.m. where we'll talk about her background and experience writing the book. 

Please note this Last Friday Lecture will be taking place on Zoom and the live event is limited to the first 100 sign ups. This is our first time taking the Last Friday Lecture Series online and we're looking forward to your feedback to make this the best experience possible. Please join us as we speak with Corinne Heyning Laverty about her new book North America's Galapagos: The Historic Channel Islands Geological Survey.

Join guest experts every last Friday of the month to learn more about the wonder of Catalina's unique natural history.

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