Whale Watching on Canada's East Coast Formac Pocket Guide by Jeffrey C. Domm (9780887805974)
96 pages - softcover - full color illustrations. In good condition.
Whales | Dolphins | Porpoises | Sharks | Sea turtles | Fish | Sea Birds
This handy guide introduces species of whales, sharks, fish and birds that you are likely to see on a whale watching trip in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and off Canada's east coast.
Full color illustrations, quick species identification, Characteristic behavior, key physical identifiers, diving sequence, habitat, threats and size and weight.
The Whales of Canada: An Equinox Wildlife Handbook by Erich Hoyt (2 copies so you don't need to share!) (0920656331)
128 pages - softcover - Black & white photos - both in good condition.
Written by Erich Hoyt, one of Canada's leading science and nature journalists, THE WHALES OF CANADA will help you to identify and understand all 20 species of whales, porpoises and dolphins found in Canadian waters.
The Whale Watcher's Handbook by Erich Hoyt (0385190360)
208 pages - Trade paperback - black & white photos and illustrations. In good condition.
Here's the first complete and authoritative guide to whale watching. Inside you'll find...
- the location of hundreds of coastal lookouts, many of them reachable by car, where you can whale-watch at different times of the year
- detailed, up-to-date information on hundreds of specially chartered whale-watching tours - from one-day excursions to complete vacation expeditions
- more than 90 illuminating photographs: 75 outstanding illustrations by renowned naturalist and illustrator Pieter Folkens: 15 maps and charts; a complete glossary, index, recommended reading list, and a selection of fascinating facts, tips and guidelines.
- PLUS helpful advice on how to take memorable whale photographs and even tape-record whale sounds and calls