The Marine Life of Protected Waters of the Salish Sea Field Guide is an excellent resource. Learn the Marine life species of our local protected waters with fantastic images and informative written descriptive details.
Rick Harbo is one of the Pacific Northwest’s leading marine writers and photographers. Rick is back with a new addition to Harbour Publishing’s popular series of pocket-sized field guides. A Field Guide to Marine Life of the Protected Waters of the Salish Sea includes the most commonly observed species in the tide pools and protected waters of the Salish Sea. The field guide encompasses that intricate network of coastal waterways spanning southern BC and northwestern Washington. Covering invertebrates, fish and seaweeds through these coastal networks. This guide includes key identification features, fun facts and habitat, as well as seventy colour photographs. Water-resistant and compact, this guide is easy to pack on any trip to the shore and perfect for curious minds of all ages.
If you love snorkelling the shallow zones of our coastline and would like to learn more about what you are viewing, this Field Guide makes a great addition to your kit.
This multi-page, laminated, folding Field Guide makes a fantastic addition to your dive kit for any occasion.
Title: A Field Guide to Marine Life of the Protected Waters of the Salish Sea
Authors: Rick M. Harbo
Publisher: Harbour Publishing
Having local species knowledge of the creatures within the waters we explore and an understanding of the local environments we visit allows us a greater experience beneath the surface. Be it for freediving, snorkelling, spearfishing or scuba diving reasons, anyone can benefit from the knowledge in these books and field guides in supporting the enjoyment of your next underwater adventure.
As Freedive-Harvesters and Spearfishers it’s important to remember the importance and power that knowledge gives you. Knowing your target species. Knowing how to differentiate species. Understanding species life cycles and the relationships they have with the environments in which they live. All of these pieces of information are the base and foundation of the knowledge a true Sustainable and Ethical Harvester possesses.