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Birds of the Raincoast Habits and Habitat

Art / Photobook
By: Harvey Thomassen and Kevin Hutchings
222 pages, Col & b/w photos
Birds of the Raincoast
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  • Birds of the Raincoast ISBN: 9781550173000 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Represents the next step in West Coast bird books, a treasury of exceptional, large-format photographs with an informative text that moves beyond simple identification to probe deeper into the lives of our feathered friends. It examines birds in their environments, noting what they do, and where and when they can be found. In an engaging, familiar style enlivened by the authors personal experience and highlighted with intriguing facts by renowned bird biologist Wayne Campbell, Birds of the Raincoast is an indispensable tool not just for learning how to find coastal birds, but also for gaining an understanding of their natural history.

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Harvey Thomassen and Kevin Hutchings
Art / Photobook
By: Harvey Thomassen and Kevin Hutchings
222 pages, Col & b/w photos
Media reviews
Harbour Publishing has done it again. This book is a gem to awaken all of us to the beauty around us when we step out our door. It is the kind of book and the kind of publishing company that makes us glad we chose this part of the world to reside. These five talented individuals are not necessarily ornithologists by trade, but bring to the study a true passion for the subject which is so strong that it literally becomes contagious. One of the main reasons this occurs is that this is not just another pretty book about birds. It is a serious identification book, but instead of the usual stoic shots, Wigle and Campbell have made scenes breathtaking and in some cases heartwarming...This book would be an outstanding gift to the family who wants to bring what they are seeing to life, to see just how all the elements of a habitat fit together.
-Judith Schweers, "Daily News" (Prince Rupert)
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