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Mammals of Canada

Field / Identification Guide
By: Tamara Eder(Author), Gregory Kennedy(Author)
446 pages, 82 colour photos, 215 colour & 142 b/w illustrations, 190 colour distribution maps
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  • Mammals of Canada ISBN: 9781551058573 Hardback Apr 2011 In stock
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The mighty polar bear. The plucky beaver. The majestic caribou. These iconic animals are etched in Canada's national consciousness (and on Canada's coins), but they represent only a small fraction of the amazing variety of mammals found in Canada's wild. Lone Pine Publishing, Canada's leading publisher of nature guides, celebrates this diversity with Mammals of Canada. Features include:

- 188 species accounts with information about habitat, food, young, den, range and similar species
- Colour-coded header bars and quick reference guide to make finding information fast and easy
- Beautiful illustrations and photographs
- Range maps
- ''Did you know'' facts
- Detailed descriptions of our natural regions
- Canada's top mammal-watching sites

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Tamara Eder(Author), Gregory Kennedy(Author)
446 pages, 82 colour photos, 215 colour & 142 b/w illustrations, 190 colour distribution maps
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