An Introduction to the Killer Whales of Atlantic Canada
by David A. Snow
About the Book
An introduction to a little studied group of orcas or killer whales found off Newfoundland and Labrador. Learn about their life history and distribution. This is a colorful and photo-filled report into ongoing research on the apex predator of the ocean led by biologist and nature tour leader David Snow.
Features & Details
- Category Medicine & Science
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date May 14, 2011
- Tags Atlantic Canada, killer whales, New England, marine biology, humpback whales, Wildland Tours, Atlantic whales, Battle Harbour, Maritime Canada, Gulf of Maine, Grand Banks, marine ecology, Newfoundland, orca, orcas, whales, humpbacks, minke, Labrador, dolphins, predator, prey
David Snow is a Newfoundland-born marine biologist with a passion for whales. During the summer he leads Newfoundland and Labrador tours featuring puffins, icebergs, polar bears, caribou herds, fossils, some of the planet's largest seabird colonies, and some of the world's largest whale gatherings.