2 edition of Animals of the Canadian Rockies found in the catalog.
Animals of the Canadian Rockies
|Statement||by Dan McCowna.|
|LC Classifications||QL219 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
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I think this book would be useful to anyone that visits the Canadian Rockies in search of wildlife and or wants to know the best locations to see and photograph specific animals. He combines his stunning images of wildlife with recommended locations to Animals At-A-Glance Browse through a few of our Canadian species in these "At A Glance" fact sheets. Each page has basic information on some of our Canadian wildlife, with links to detailed, reputable sources such as Hinterland Who's Who and the Government of Canada. Don't see a species you need?
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