Formac Pocketguide to Canada's Atlantic Seashore

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Formac Publishing Company Limited, 2004 - Nature - 96 pages
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This full-colour book is the perfect companion for anyone who enjoys the Atlantic seashore. From seashells and bugs to birds, plants and seaweed it provides key information on a wide variety of animals, plants and insects.
Author and artist Jeff Domm's full-colour illustrations are accompanied by concise information about size, colour, feeding habits and other significant features that help readers quickly identify any of the species. In addition to birds, insects, shells and seaweed, the list of species includes crabs, jellyfish, turtles, sponges and much more The book covers a variety of seashore habitats including rocky shores, marshes and sandy beaches.
As in Jeff Domm's successful Formac Pocketguide to Whalewatching, the layout helps readers make a quick and easy identification of any species. This book will appeal to nature lovers of all ages who enjoy exploring the coastline in Canada's eastern provinces.

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JEFFREY C. DOMM has illustrated more than 20 wildlife books. He lives and works close to the shores of Halifax Harbour, in the village of Cow Bay, Nova Scotia.

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