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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.
Guide to Watching Whales in Canada
Catalogue No. FS23-78-1986E
Price $9.95
Format Softcover
Pages 52
Language English; Aussi disponible en français
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Last modified: October 27, 2000

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