Ontario Fishes: A Folding Pocket Guide to the Most Common Native and Introduced Species (Pocket Naturalist Guide) (Paperback)

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Ontario Fishes: A Folding Pocket Guide to the Most Common Native and Introduced Species (Pocket Naturalist Guide) (Paperback)

By Matthew Morris, Raymond Leung (Illustrator)

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At over one million square kilometers and with an intricate patchwork of lakes, streams, and rivers, Ontario has so much to offer fish enthusiasts. The province comprises three major watersheds--Great Lakes-St. Lawrence, Southwestern Hudson Bay, and Nelson River--and borders four of the five Great Lakes. In the various waterways and water bodies, popular species like Brook Trout, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Smallmouth Bass, and Brown Bullhead can be found. To become better acquainted with these and other familiar species, it helps to have a reliable reference. This beautifully illustrated guide features 70 of the province's most common native and introduced freshwater species, as well as descriptions of fish anatomy, a key to field marks, a watershed map, and each species' conservation status. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, 12-panel folding pocket guide is the perfect companion for educators, learners, naturalists, and anglers who wish to sharpen their identification skills and peer more closely into the fascinating lives of Ontario's fishes. Made in the USA.
Matthew Morris is a Vanier Scholar at the University of Calgary. His current research uses genomics techniques to study temperature adaptation in threespine stickleback.
Product Details ISBN: 9781620054635
ISBN-10: 1620054639
Publisher: Waterford Press
Publication Date: August 7th, 2021
Pages: 12
Language: English
Series: Pocket Naturalist Guide