Atlantic Seashore Field Guide

Florida to Canada

Book Description

A photographic guide to the common plants and animals that inhabit the intertidal zone--the area covered by water at high tide and exposed during low tide--on the Atlantic coast from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to Cape Breton, Canada.

  • Includes color photos, descriptions, and details for crabs, crustaceans, mollusks and their shells, jellies, barnacles, shrimp, worms, squid, mosses, seaweeds, and lichens
  • Learn how to identify over 500 of the most common intertidal species
  • Covers all different types of intertidal habitats, whether rocky, sandy, or muddy

  • About Sept, J. Duane

    J. Duane Sept's passion for wildlife has led him to study his subjects and to work with them throughout North America as a biologist, naturalist, writer, professional photographer, and environmental consultant. His photographs and writings have been published in numerous periodicals, books, displays, and calendars. He is the author of eighteen previous books, including A Photographic Guide to Seashore Life in the North Atlantic: Canada to Cape Cod. He lives in Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia.