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100 Nature Hot Spots in Ontario - Chris Earley

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A guide to the best places in Ontario to connect with the natural world. 100 Nature Hot Spots in Ontario is a reader-friendly guidebook that explores the remarkable splendor and diversity of the province named after the Iroquois word for "beautiful water." True to form, many of the hot spots feature water. Organized by region, each hot-spot entry includes a descriptive destination profile, a sidebar...

100 Plants that Feed the Bees

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The international bee crisis is threatening our global food supply, but this user-friendly field guide shows what you can do to help protect our pollinators. The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation offers browsable profiles of 100 common flowers, herbs, shrubs, and trees that support bees, butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds. The recommendations are simple: pick the right plants for pollinators,...

3-D Colouring Book - Butterfly Designs

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Buckeye, Emperor, Indra, Nokomis, Red Rim, Two-tailed Tiger, the extinct Xerces Blue, and much more this coloring collection offers a beautiful selection of exquisite breeds. And when you color the illustrations using the simple directions provided, each butterfly will magically float off the page! 3-D glasses included.

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A Birder's Guide To Point Pelee (and surrounding Region) - Tom Hince

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This is the first book providing comprehensive information on birding in and around Canada's best known migration hotspot - Point Pelee. Birders have flocked here to document, study, and enjoy the passage of songbirds for over 100 years. Spring or fall, this spear shaped peninsula is a natural magnet for birds on the move. Over 35 different warbler are recorded here annually, and the national park...

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A Feathered River Across the Sky - The Passenger Pigeon's flight to Extinction

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In the early nineteenth century 25 to 40 percent of North America's birds were passenger pigeons, traveling in flocks so massive as to block out the sun for hours or even days. The down beats of their wings would chill the air beneath and create a thundering roar that would drown out all other sound. Feeding flocks would appear as “a blue wave four or five feet high rolling toward you.” John...

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