The Crown of the Continent is the last large, wild ecosystem in the Rocky Mountains. Spanning parts of Montana, Alberta, and British Columbia, the Crown is adorned with spectacular national parks and wilderness areas, critical private lands, and dazzling array of soaring peaks, old-growth forests, and rare wildlife.
This book is a personal portrait of the Crown's landscapes and seasons, its plant life and wildlife, by an acclaimed naturalist who studied the Crown for thirty years. In stunning photos and words, this award-winning book explains why the Crown is so unique and why it must be protected for the future.
Softcover, 164 pages, color photos.