Marine Wildlife: From Puget Sound Through the Inside Passage

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Sasquatch Books, 1998 - Nature - 262 pages
Here is the one field guide everyone in the Northwest -- locals and visitors alike -- should own. Comprehensive yet easy to use, it provides clear descriptions and over 350 detailed illustrations of the marine wildlife commonly seen around the inland waters of Washington, British Columbia, and Southeast Alaska -- in the sea, in the air, and along the shores. Actually five field guides in one, Marine Wildlife covers mammals, fishes, seabirds, seaweed, and invertebrates. Whether you're cruising the Inside Passage, kayaking the San Juan or Gulf Islands, or beachcombing around Puget Sound, you'll want this handy, portable guide.

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User Review  - arctangent - LibraryThing

This is a handy "carry along" guide for quick ID's, but its descriptions are brief, and lacking much in the way of data on the individual species. For me the best features are the illustrations, and the wide variety of animals and seaweeds the book covers. Read full review

Contents

Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
7
INTRODUCTION
9
MARINE MAMMALS
19
BIRDS
31
FISHES
79
INVERTEBRATES
133
SEAWEEDS
223
BIBLIOGRAPHY
251
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