Forillon National Park: The Harmony between Man, the Land and the Sea

Description

127 pages
Contains Illustrations, Bibliography, Index
$8.95
ISBN 0-88894-432-2

Publisher

Year

1985

Contributor

Reviewed by Toby Rupert

Toby Rupert was a librarian living in Toronto.

Review

Located on the Gaspe Peninsula at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River, Forillon National Park was designated in 1970 as Quebec’s first national park. The author, who has been its chief naturalist since that time, has now produced the guidebook to the area, concentrating on landforms, seascape, wildlife, the marine contexts, and man. The book has been co-published with Parks Canada, so it can be picked up on the site for perusal. The work has been enhanced by both color and black-and-white pictures.

Citation

St.-Amour, Maxime, “Forillon National Park: The Harmony between Man, the Land and the Sea,” Canadian Book Review Annual Online, accessed July 17, 2024, https://cbra.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/35523.