Collection - Wolves, Horses, Birds, Spirit Bears, Chimps (Coquitlam)


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Wolves - Candace Savage (hardcover) $10

Text & photograph selection by Candace Savage. 159 pages of information about wolves.

Ninety-seven color images by outstanding wildlife photographers and a thoroughly researched, illuminating text explore the history, life cycle, and true nature of wolves worldwide.

Author Candace Savage traces the global history of wolves and then focuses specifically on the North American wolf, exploring the mythology and negative stereotypes of wolves, as well as equally erroneous "Disneyfied" images. Describing their true behaviors, she tells us why wolves have become symbols of vitality and wilderness and alerts us to the perils they face in North America.

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Just Horses - Bryan & Page (hardcover) $5

This stunning book encompasses all of the splendor, attraction, and childhood excitement of our fascination with horses. Every page is packed with amazing photographs that capture the true essence of Equus. Whether you've loved horses since childhood or have developed a recent interest in them, you'll enjoy every page.

In both photographs and words, author Margot Page and photographer Denver Bryan offer portraits of horses that examine their unique and complex body language, as well as chapters on working horses, performance horses, and life with horses. Both beautiful and informative.
Life in the Saddle - Gretel Ehrlich (softcover) $3

Life in the Saddle is a spirited and robust collection about life on the open ranges of the American West. Editor Gretel Ehrlich - essayist, naturalist, rancher, and horsewoman - has assembled ten essays by America's foremost western writers, to reveal unforgettable panoramas and entertaining close-ups of a rugged land and the people who meet it on its own terms.
Walk on the Wild Side with Keay Family Nature Photographers (hardcover) $8

For the amateur nature photographer, this book has over 150 pages of superb pictures with commentary about the different countries they traveled to for their pictures.

Please note there is a small inscription on one page.
Lords of the Air The Smithsonian Book of Birds - Page & Morton (hardcover) $15

Over 300 magnificent photographs and illustrations and an illuminating text thoroughly explore all aspects of bird life. This stunning, comprehensive volume is a must for both the serious ornithologist and the amateur bird enthusiast.
Birds of Canada - B.Mitchell (hardcover) $8

Through more than 150 spectacular, full colour photographs, this handsome book presents the astonishing range and beauty of Canada's birds.
The Wonder of Birds - National Geographic Society (hardcover) $10

Birds and their behavior through the seasons and relationship to man. Over 275 pages & photos by some of the worlds best nature photographers.

Included are 2 records “Guide to Bird Songs” with references to the book.
Spirit Bear - Charles Russell (softcover) $5

Written with vivid detail and passion, Spirit Bear is the story of acclaimed naturalist Charles Russell's journey to study and learn from the extraordinary spirit bears on the remote Princess Royal Island.

From early experiences observing black bears in the Rocky Mountains with his father, the well-known writer and broadcaster Andy Russell, to nerve-racking encounters with grizzlies in British Columbia's Khutzeymateen Valley, Charles Russell has spent a lifetime studying bears in their natural habitat. In 1991, Russell visited Princess Royal Island, an uninhabited island off the coast of British Columbia. There, amidst the rivers and trees of the western rainforest, he encountered the elusive spirit bear.

Known to scientists as the Kermode bear and to the public as the white, ghost, or spirit bear, these extraordinary animals have never been exposed to civilization. In Spirit Bear, Russell recounts his experiences on Princess Royal Island trekking over rocks and through streams; waiting hours for the evasive ghost bear to appear; and finally coming face-to-face with a spirit bear only inches from his nose.

Illustrated with over 100 stunning colour photographs, Spirit Bear provides beautiful and astonishing insight into the habits and nature of the Kermode bear.
Song of Creation - Carl Brenders (hardcover) $4

A celebration of nature as the handiwork of God, this book brings into focus our relationship with the beautiful world around us.

Just one glimpse of the exquisite paintings in this volume will draw readers into the wonders of the natural world. The meticulously detailed paintings of Carl Brenders, one of the world's most sought-after nature painters, combine with classic Christian poetry and quotations from Scripture and church leaders to form a rich source of inspiration for readers of all ages. These thirty-six wildlife illustrations are so realistically rendered they appear to be photographs.
From the Wild - Christopher Hume (hardcover) $8

Portfolios of North America's Finest Wildlife Artists.
Demonstrating a wide range of styles--from impressionistic to highly realistic--this collection of more than one hundred wildlife paintings reproduces works by Robert Bateman, Roger Tory Peterson, Owen Gromme, and Bob Kuhn
Jane Goodall: 40 Years at Gombe - Jane Goodall (hardcover) $13

Produced in association with the Jane Goodall Institute on the occasion of Goodall's 40th anniversary of groundbreaking research with the chimpanzees of Gombe, this beautifully illustrated volume traces her work from its singular beginnings to the Jane Goodall Institute's present-day international activities. 65 full-color and 30 duotone photos.
Am I Pig Enough for you Yet? Voices of the Barnyard - Blount & Shaff (hardcover) $5
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