By: Ian McAllister, Karen McAlister and Cameron Young
144 pages, 150+ col photos, maps
Canada's northwest coast is a wonderfully complex and delicate rainforest masterpiece ten thousand years in the making. The area is one of the northern hemisphere's richest unprotected wildlife habitats, the home of Canada's largest grizzly bears as well as the rare all-white spirit or kermode bear. With clearcut logging threatening this last major holdout of the world's coastal temperate rainforest, the authors have spent years exploring, photographing and researching for this forgotten coast, that is now under threat.
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