A Place to Walk
A Naturalist's Journal of the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail
Karstad, AletaPublisher: Natural Heritage/History Inc.
Year Published: 1995
Resource Type: Book
Karstad, a naturalist and painter and her husband a herpetologist spent a spring and summer along the lake Ontario shoreline. The resulting product gives us a book filled with drawings, paintings and recordings of the wildlife, flora and fauna. There is also a history of human settlement along the lake and its impact on the natural environment.
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