The New Beachcomber's Guide to the Pacific Northwest

J. Duane Sept (Author)
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Description

The Pacific Northwest coast is home to one of the most diverse displays of intertidal marine life in the world, including sponges, clams, snails, crabs, sea stars, sea anemones, jellies, fishes, seaweeds and more. The New Beachcomber's Guide to the Pacific Northwest is a portable and easy-to-use reference for searching out and identifying the hundreds of species of seashore life found on the beaches of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Northern California and Southeast Alaska.

Covering the Pacific Northwest's most common shoreline-dwelling flora and fauna, the guide gives in each entry a detailed description of appearance and habitat accompanied by colour photos for easy identification of any creature you might encounter as you explore your local beach. Simple but essential information on tides and the various habitats within the intertidal zones is also provided to assist beachcombers in exploring safely with minimal ecological impact.

Thoroughly revised and packed with handy and accessible information, this guide belongs in the beach bag or backpack of any avid naturalist, amateur beachcomber or adventurous family.

Product Details

Price
$26.95  $24.79
Publisher
Harbour Publishing
Publish Date
June 25, 2019
Pages
416
Dimensions
5.9 X 1.0 X 8.9 inches | 1.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781550178371

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About the Author

J. Duane Sept is a biologist, writer, professional photographer and environmental consultant. Driven by a passion for wildlife, Sept has studied marine life throughout Western Canada and the greater Pacific Northwest. His photographs and writings have been published in numerous periodicals, including BBC Wildlife, Canadian Wildlife, Nature Canada and Outdoor Canada. Duane is also the author of twenty-four books. He lives with his wife on the Sunshine Coast of BC.