RATTRAY MARSH, THEN AND NOW: ARTICLES ON THE HUMAN SETTLEMENT AND NATURAL HISTORY OF THE RATTRAY MARSH CONSERVATION AREA.


210 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, drawings, maps - errata slip glued in on 'Notes' section at rear. "There is a special, wild place in the heart of the City of Mississauga, where rare animals and plants thrive surrounded by development. This book is a complete and living chronicle of the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, its human settlement and natural history. It is a must for those who value such pockets of nature. Yet (it) does more. It is a statement of how we can successfully live in harmony with nature and wild things. It is an open-eyed description of how this area was preserved and how it can be maintained." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - slight twist to spine, very light edge wear, two tiny corner creases, small slight bump at fore-edge of front cover, small very light stain on top of text block, minor rubbing.

Title: RATTRAY MARSH, THEN AND NOW: ARTICLES ON THE HUMAN SETTLEMENT AND NATURAL HISTORY OF THE RATTRAY MARSH CONSERVATION AREA.

Author Name: Hussey, Ruth and Goulin, Judith. Ian D. Macdonald, Elliott G. Heslop, John Newell, Lorelie Mitchell, Kirsten Burling. Epilogue by James E. Bendell.

Categories: Natural History, Canada - Ontario, Canada - Natural History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Rattray Marsh Protection Association: 1990

ISBN Number: 0969357303

ISBN Number 13: 9780969357308

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good -

Seller ID: 29974

Keywords: Rattray Marsh, Mississauga, Ontario, Local History, Barrymede, Fudger, Plants, Flora, Marshes, Wildlife Areas, Birds, Mammals, Trails, Clarkson, Southern Ontario, Migration, Fish, Frogs, Aquatic Plants, Sheridan Creek, Snakes, Turtles, Meadows.,