Principal Photography by J. A. Kraulis Foreword by David Suzuki No other nation contains within its boundaries a pristine wilderness at once so varied and extensive. The best hope of preserving what is left of Canada`s wild country lies in its national parks. There are 37 parks in Canada`s national park system representing every province. J. A. Kraulis, one of Canada`s most respected photographers, travelled to nearly every corner of the land to record in 120 photographs, the extraordinary beauty of The National Parks of Canada. With authoritative text by Kevin McNamee of the Canadian Nature Federation, dozens of archival photographs and eleven full colour maps, The National Parks of Canada is both a celebration and a reminder that we need to protect Canada`s wilderness.An Ownera#39;s Manual, 219 Pukaskwa National Park, 26, 77, 1 84-85 Queen Charlotte Islands, 151-52, 212 Quebec government, 25, 78, ... 1 80 Seaside Adjunct, 158 Sierra Club of Western Canada, 36, 177 Sdent Spring, 25 Shickshock Mountains, 97 Simpson, Sir George, ... 109-10, 121-22, protection, 24 -25, Pukaskwa, 184-85, reserves, 17, 59, stress from human activities, 204-04 Wilderness Act (U.S.), anbsp;...
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