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Birds and Mammals of the Creston Region, British Columbia.

British Columbia Provincial Museum.

Birds and Mammals of the Creston Region, British Columbia.

by British Columbia Provincial Museum.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesBritish Columbia Provincial Museum Occasional Paper -- 08
ContributionsMunro, J.A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21825822M

The beautiful Creston Valley offer artist studios, farms, vineyards and an artisanal cheesemaker. The famous Kokanee beer is produced here. North from Creston along Hwy 3A and Kootenay Lake leads. The British Columbia Wildlife Act defines wildlife as all native and some non-native amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals that live in B.C. For some provisions of the Act, the definition includes fish, and other B.C. legislation defines some insects and plants as wildlife.

British Columbia. Canada Over species of birds, 57 species of mammals and 29 species of fish, reptiles and amphibians call it home. The Creston region has three wineries and more. Province Wide B.C. Wilderness A guide to the wilderness of British Columbia, Canada. Learn about the animals, birds, fish, flowers and trees that inhabit the forests and waterways of .

Top British Columbia Nature & Wildlife Areas: See reviews and photos of nature & wildlife areas in British Columbia, Canada on TripAdvisor. British Columbia Tourism; [birds and Marine Mammals] as well as the ships and Ferries departing from Nanaimo's busy Port. “The evening sun was low above the hills to the west, the Strait of Juan de Fuca (Salish Sea) and the Olympic Mountains looked great, the Fisgard Lighthouse seemed to watch over everything, and the birds .


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