Wild Cape Cod: Free by Nature

John & Pamela King

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Cape Cod was once a wilderness. It was then an essential refueling stop for hundreds of migratory species, and this is still the case today. The Cape is also home to other wild creatures often unseen by its visitors. As such, this book seeks to provide the reader with a rare visitor experience—to imagine Cape Cod before human habitation by witnessing its vibrant wild flora and fauna. The story of Wild Cape Cod is told through dramatic photographic images of migratory birds, marine animals (including whales), and various sea and land animals from across the animal kingdom. View landscapes representative of the geography and the four changing seasons and be inspired to get outside and look at Cape Cod through the lens of a raw and wonderful wilderness that just so happens to have humans living nearby. This is an ideal photography book for all nature enthusiasts, conservationists, and lovers of Cape Cod.

Size: 11" x 8 1/2" | 230 color photos | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764341977

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John and Pam King are dedicated to the cause of conservation of the world's wild things and places. As such they have traveled to all seven continents seeking out distinct cultures, environments, and vanishing wildlife. They make their home on Cape Cod.