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Author Dunne, Pete, 1951-

Title Arctic autumn : a journey to season's edge / Pete Dunne.

Imprint Boston, MA : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011.


Location Call No. Status
 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 3rd Floor    508.3113 DUN    Available
Description xi, 258 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm.
Contents Where seasons meet -- Fourth of July parade -- Oil and feathers don't mix -- The barren lands -- Bob and Lisa and Linda and Pete's most excellent trip to the john -- Men without buntings -- Hunting with Heimo -- The polar bear's picnic.
Summary "A season of transition in North America's last great wilderness From Nunavut and the Barren Lands of Canada to the westernmost edge of Alaska and back to Churchill, Manitoba, Pete Dunne's experiences in the Arctic comprise wilderness, laughter, and contemplation. Whether hunting caribou, examining the balance between the needs of molting geese and society's thirst for oil, or observing majestic but threatened polar bears, Dunne insightfully considers his own life, our interactions with the natural world, and the importance of the Arctic, the planet's last frontier"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Natural history -- Arctic regions.
Autumn -- Arctic regions.
ISBN 9780618822218 (hardback)
0618822216 (hardback)

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