Canada's Wilderness Lands by National Geographic Society 1982


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Canada has a density of only nine people per square mile, nearly ninety percent of whom live in a thin southern fringe of cities, industrial centers, and agricultural regions near its border with the United States. Also, two-thirds of Canada is in an undeveloped state.

The National Geographic book Canada's Wilderness Lands is about those undeveloped lands. The national and provincial parks of Canada are the main focus of this beautifully illustrated book.

Canada's Wilderness Land is an excellent addition to your vintage nature collection or home library.


The book Canada's Wilderness Lands is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.

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Book dimensions:10x8x1