5 edition of The mammals of British Columbia found in the catalog.
The mammals of British Columbia
David W. Nagorsen
Includes bibliographical references (p. 103-115) and indexes.
|Series||Memoir / Royal British Columbia Museum,, no. 4, Memoir (Royal British Columbia Museum) ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Royal British Columbia Museum., British Columbia. Wildlife Branch.|
|LC Classifications||QL721.5.B7 N34 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||91170182|
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British Columbia is home to more species of mammal than any other Canadian 's high mammal percentage is owed to so many reasons, especially the vastness of the landscape playing host to the wildlife. Extending nearly miles north to south and miles east to west, BC has enough room and zones for such variety.
Marine Mammals of British Columbia includes maps of sightings, and pointers on where to find each species in BC waters.
It also contains hundreds of colour photographs and drawings to help recognize these animals in the ocean.
This is an indispensable field guide and reference book for naturalists, boaters and anyone interested in marine by: 9. The Bats of British Columbia presents a comprehensive summary of what we do know about the sixteen species of bats in BC, eight of which occur nowhere else in Canada.
Filled with a large number of beautiful and evocative drawings, the book includes descriptions, distributions, and /5(2). The first general overview of the province’s mammalian fauna was the BC Provincial Museum’s handbook The Mammals of British Columbia by Ian McTaggart Cowan and Charles Guiguet first published in and last revised in Dated and out-of-print, it has been updated in a series of mammal handbooks published by the Royal BC Museum.
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Marine mammals spend all or most of their lives in ocean waters. In "Marine Mammals of British Columbia," John Ford distills the latest information on 31 species that live in or visit BC waters: 25 whales, dolphins and porpoises; 5 seals and sea lions; and the sea otter/5(15).
Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia is the third of six handbooks on the mammals of British Columbia, a Royal B.C. Museum project to update and expand the classic treatment by Ian McTaggart-Cowan and Charles Guiguet, The Mammals of British Columbia, last revised in ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: pages: illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 22 cm. In Marine Mammals of British Columbia, Dr John Ford presents the The mammals of British Columbia book information on 31 species that live in or visit Canada's west-coast waters: 25 cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and 6 carnivores (seals, The mammals of British Columbia book lions and the Sea Otter).He discusses their general biology, including how they feed, communicate, reproduce and behave in the marine environment.5/5(6).
77 rows This is a list of the mammal species recorded in are approximately. About this book. John Ford presents the latest information on 31 species of marine mammals that live in or visit British Columbia waters: 25 whales, dolphins and porpoises, 5.
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The mammals of British Columbia book Killer whales along the coast of British Columbia and Washington are among the most studied whales in the world.
Intensive field research in this region has been undertaken for 43+ years. These studies have provided increased knowledge about these whales, yet there still is much to be learned.
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Waters along the coast and in between the islands are also rich in life. Schools of fish, marine mammals that chase them, and living underwater structures make British Columbia's coastal region someone the most alive in North America.
Title: Marine Mammals of British Columbia; Series: Royal BC Museum Handbook: Mammals of British Columbia (Book 6) Author: John Ford; Publisher: BC Royal Museum; Date Published: January ; Pages: ; Buy on Amazon; View on Goodreads. Marine Mammals of British Columbia Current Status, Distribution and Critical Habitats John Ford and Linda Nichol Cetacean Research Program Pacific Biological Station Nanaimo, BC.
Outline • Brief (very) introduction to marine mammals of BC • Historical occurrence of whales in BCFile Size: 2MB. Marine Mammals of British Columbia is an indispensable field guide and reference book for naturalists, boaters and anyone interested in sea life.
John K.B. Ford is head of the Cetacean Research Program at the Pacific Biological Station (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) in Nanaimo, and adjunct professor in the Department of Zoology and the. Hoofed mammals are the most abundant large mammals in British Columbia. Nine wild native species live here: Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.
One introduced species, European Fallow Deer, also lives in small populations on some coastal islands. David Shackleton provides a comprehensive examination of. Game of British Columbia: with a list of birds and mammals.
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when a pet or wild animal. Marine mammals are a diverse group of mammals living mainly in the ocean and depending on the sea for their food. In and around Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on Vancouver Island, one of few temperate locations in the world with such variety, these include cetaceans (whales, orca and dolphins), pinnipeds (seals and sea lions) and otters.
Our goal was to map spatially continuous distributions of marine mammal densities and employ quantitative statistical methods to extract hotspot locations on the northern coast of British Columbia.
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Hoofed Mammals of British Columbia (The Mammals of British Columbia) by David Shackleton: 3: Rodents & Lagomorphs of British Columbia by David W.
Nagorsen: 4: Carnivores of British Columbia (Royal Bc Museum Handbook) by David F. Hatler: 5: Marine Mammals of British Columbia: Royal BC Museum Handbook by John K.
Ford: 6. Revised edition. This authoritative book brings together the current knowledge on the ten species of wild hoofed mammals living in British Columbia: Elk, Moose, European Fallow Deer, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, Caribou, Bison, Mountain Goat, Bighorn Sheep and Thinhorn Sheep.
Book Description: From gray whales giving birth in the lagoons of Baja California to sea otters nestled in kelp beds off California to killer whales living around Vancouver Island—this spectacular stretch of the Pacific Coast boasts one of the most abundant populations of sea mammals on earth.
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