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Northwest Field Guide Pudget Sound - Georgia Straits Inside Passage to Glacier Bay

Field / Identification Guide
By: Renee Marquette(Illustrator), Robert Dean(Illustrator), Uko Gorter(Illustrator), Bart Rulon(Illustrator)
13 pages, laminated guide, colour illustrations
Northwest Field Guide
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Language: English and scientific nomenclature

The Northwest fold out pocket guide includes illustrations of whales, dolphins, porpoise, seals, otter, salmon, halibut, song birds, forest birds, birds of prey, shorebirds, ducks and other waterfowl, and pelagic birds, moose, elk, bear, squirrels, beavers, marmots, weasels, goats, sheep, cougar, bobcat, lynx, coyote, fox, and wolves.

This handy guide covers all the creatures you may observe in their natural habitat if you take a trip to Washington, British Columbia, or Alaska. Each illustration is accompanied by the English and Latin species name, average measurements, and, for land animals, a drawing of their footprints.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Renee Marquette(Illustrator), Robert Dean(Illustrator), Uko Gorter(Illustrator), Bart Rulon(Illustrator)
13 pages, laminated guide, colour illustrations
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