LOVETT, Bailey Ann interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen
Record Group — Box: 6
This interview was recorded as part of the About Us Voices of Southland collection. In this interview Bailey gives a description of Bluff life and activities e.g. Oyster Festival. She discusses her family’s connection with fishing, her early education and studying to become a Marine Biologist and what this entailed. Bailey describes experiences such as studying shell fish, shark tagging and research on whales, dolphins, sharks and seals.
- Amundsen, Rebecca (Interviewer, Person)
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- LOVETT, Bailey Ann
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