A Guide to Ontario's Wilderness from Blackflies to the Northern Lights
Illustrated by and
Format: Trade Paperback, 320 pages
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
ISBN: 978-0-7710-1116-0 (0-7710-1116-4)
Pub Date: May 24, 1998
Add this item to your cart
These enormously popular volumes are the most engrossing and encyclopedic guides available. Combining easy-to-understand natural history, amusing trivia, thoughtful observations, and little-known folklore — about plants, animals, birds, fish, insects, reptiles, the day sky, the night sky, and the ground we walk on — Up North and Up North Again are indispensable companions for every cottager, camper, nature lover, and trivia buff.Review Quotes
“Entertaining enough to read from cover to cover at one sitting. . . . A mini-encyclopedia of fascinating information.”
— Globe and Mail
“Up North is a delightful variation on the nature guidebook. . . . Warmly recommended.”
— NOW magazine
“[The authors] weave information into wonderfully readable and often humorous packages.”
— Canadian Geographic
Doug Bennet and Tim Tiner are the authors of the bestselling guidebooks to Ontario’s wilderness Up North and Up North Again. Veteran birders, canoers, and campers, they are members of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists and live in Toronto with their families.
Upgrade to the Flash 9 viewer for enhanced content, including the ability to browse & search through your favorite titles.
Click here to learn more!