Untamed Atlantic Canada: Exploring the Region's

Untamed Atlantic Canada: Exploring the Region's
  • Paperback
  • 204 pages
  • Untamed Atlantic Canada: Exploring the Region's Biodiversity Havens
  • Scott Leslie
  • English
  • 13 July 2017
  • 1771084162

Untamed Atlantic Canada: Exploring the Region's Biodiversity Havens❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Untamed Atlantic Canada: Exploring the Region's Biodiversity Havens Author Scott Leslie – Essayreview.co.uk Spanning , kilometers from New Brunswick s Passamaquoddy Bay to Newfoundland s Avalon Peninsula, Atlantic Canada stands as a nexus between North America and the North Atlantic Ocean Its diverse geogra Spanning , kilometers from New Brunswick s Passamaquoddy Canada: Exploring Epub µ Bay to Newfoundland s Avalon Peninsula, Atlantic Canada stands as a nexus between North America and the North Atlantic Ocean Its diverse geography, variable climate, and surrounding ocean currents coalesce to create a rich medley of habitats both on the land and in the sea There are currently eight thousand known species in this little corner Untamed Atlantic PDF \ of the world, and award winning nature photographer Scott Leslie has captured a beautiful selection of them on these pages In Untamed Atlantic Canada, discover the stunning array of animals living in the region from elusive black foxes, to clouds of semi palmated sandpipers, and endangered right whales throughcolor images with detailed, narrative captions This photographic collection is perfect for seasoned naturalists and novice nature Atlantic Canada: Exploring PDF/EPUB Â lovers alike.


About the Author: Scott Leslie

Scott Leslie s interest in photographing nature stems Canada: Exploring Epub µ from when he was a child exploring the woods and shorelines near his home on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Discovering a passion for birds, he began developing as a naturalist After earning a degree in economics, he picked up a camera for the first time and was hooked In he co founded the Tobeatic Untamed Atlantic PDF \ Wilderness Committee TWC in Nova Scotia The TWC was fighting to protect the largest virgin wilderness in the Canadian Maritime Provinces The power of photography and words in helping to protect the natural world and educate the public were clearly apparent to Scott His photographs and articles were used extensively to win the support of Canadians for the Tobeatic s preservation In , the , Atlantic Canada: Exploring PDF/EPUB Â acre Tobeatic Wilderness was officially designated as a protected wilderness area In addition to his topside work, he s made thousands of dives as a photographer, a diving instructor, and a commercial sea urchin diver in Canada s Bay of Fundy, and elsewhere in the North Atlantic much of this photographic work is available through Minden Pictures But throughout his career, birds, wetland wildlife, invertebrates and seascapes have been and continue to be his main passions Scott has won several awards for photography and writing, including two recent Atlantic Journalism Awards, a nomination for a Canadian National Magazine Award, and The DOPPS International Bird Photography competition in Europe, among others His photographs and writing have been published in dozens of publications throughout the world He is author and photographer of five books including Bay of Fundy A Natural Portrait Wetland Birds of North America Woodland Birds of North America Sea and Shorebirds of North America and Grassland and Desert Birds of North America Currently, he is working on a book about endangered species around the world He lives with his wife Paula in Bear River, Nova Scotia.


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