Guide to Watching Whales in Canada
|From British Columbia's killer whales to the belugas in the St.
Lawrence and the humpbacks on the Atlantic coast, whale watching is becoming a
national pastime. Guide to Watching Whales in Canada makes sure it's a
risk-free experience for both cetaceans and humans, providing full-colour
details on the various species plus ways to observe, but not disturb.
Written by Mimi Breton. Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1986.
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