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Working for Wildlife: The Beginning of Preservation in Canada

By: Janet Foster

297 pages, Illus

University of Toronto Press

Paperback | Mar 1998 | Edition: 2 | #75976 | ISBN: 0802079695
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Twenty years ago, Working for Wildlife was published to wide acclaim. Now in its second edition it remains the definitive history of the beginnings of wildlife consciousness in Canada.

'A unique insight into the early history of wildlife conservation in Canada. It will interest both dedicated naturalists and professional conservationists.'--A.G. Loughrey "Canadian Geographic "

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Janet Foster, writer, photographer, and naturalist, produces and films nature and wildlife programs with her husband, John, for TVOntario, NHK Japan, and the Discovery Channel. Their one-hour special, 'Clayoquot, the Sound of Wonder,' won the 1995 Gemini Award for Best Photography and the Golden Sheaf Award for Best Nature and Science Program. Lorne Hammond is a professor in the Department of History at the University of Victoria.

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