Exploring the Wealth of Ontario's Wild PlacesBook - 1999
Get out your walking shoes and joinGlobe and Mailtravel writer Betty Zyvatkauskas as she shares the joys of discovering, observing and understanding the province's wild places and wildlife in her newest book,Naturally Ontario. Among the fascinating wild adventures found in this guide are fossil-hunting for 450 million-year-old trilobites in Georgian Bay, tracking the urban coyotes of Toronto's docklands and witnessing the fantastic flight of turkey vultures as they soar over the Niagara Escarpment. Packed with sidebars on everything from the nesting habits of snapping turtles to a recipe for sumac tea,Naturally Ontariogives budding naturalists an opportunity to find out how rich in wildlife this province is. From the well-trodden pathways of Toronto's Don Valley to the remote shores of James Bay, all types of terrain and habitats found in Ontario are explored. Including day trips for weekend wildlife lovers and longer adventures for outward-bound types,Naturally Ontariohas something for everyone, with information on what to see, when to see it and how to get there.
Publisher: Toronto : Random House of Canada, c1999.
Branch Call Number: 917.1304 Zyv 3701 5
Characteristics: viii, 278 pages : illustrations