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There are many publications, brochures and newsletters, that provide wildlife viewing information. Unfortunately, not all of the brochures are readily available. The commercial publications (Updated   May 1, 2002) are listed separately. If you require help in obtaining any of these publications or brochures, e-mail for assistance.

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   Brochures
    Viewing Sites - Regional
      Wildlife Viewing in British Columbia
      Face to Face with Wildlife (Wildlife Viewing Sites in the Lower Mainland Region)
      Exploring Victoria's Natural Areas
      Nature at Your Doorstep - Six of Greater Victoria's Best Family Outings
      Wildlife Viewing in the South Okanagan and Similkameen
      Wildlife Viewing Guide - North Vancouver Island
      Wildlife Viewing in the Cariboo
      Wildlife Viewing in Northeast British Columbia
    Site Specific
      Indian Arm Provincial Park - Wildlife Viewing Guide
      Butterflies of the North Cascades (Skagit Valley Provincial Park and similar environs)
      Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park - Wildlife Viewing Guide
      A Nature Guide to Woodhus Slough
      Mitlenatch Island Provincial Marine Park
      Fanny Bay Conservation Unit
      Oyster River and Black Creek Watersheds - Your Living Resource
      Wildlife Viewing at Tranquille
      Wildlife Viewing on the Lower Arrow Lake
      Wildlife Viewing in the West Arm of Kootenay Lake
      Mount Robson Provincial Park - Wildlife Viewing Guide
      Campground Critters
      Bowron Lake Provincial Park - Wildlife Viewing Guide
      Nevis Creek Wildlife Viewing Area
      Pink Mountain Wildlife Viewing Area
      Wildlife Viewing in Wells Gray Provincial Park
      Bird Viewing Around Prince George
      WildlifeViewing at Forests for the World
      Wildlife Viewing in the Chilcotin Grasslands

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   Newsletters
    British Columbia Wildlife Watch - Eyes on Wildlife Newsletter
    Note - Additional quarterly newsletters will not be produced at this time.
    Neither the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection (formerly the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks) nor the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund have provided operational funds for the continued production of the newsletter.

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   Commercial Publications
    The Vancouver Island Travel Guide (1st Edition)
      2001, Beautiful British Columbia Magazine
      A separate publication has been produced for the Vancouver Island. It is the newly revised Vancouver Island section of The Big New BC Travel Guide. The full guide is in revision and should be available in early 2002. Wildlife viewing sites are identified with the program's binocular logo symbol in the text. The viewing information was provided by British Columbia Wildlife Watch.
    International Travel Maps - British Columbia Southwest (1st Edition)
      2001, International Travel Maps
      A fold out, 1:580,000 topographically map of the southwest portion of British Columbia. Wildlife viewing sites have been identified with the binocular logo with some basic wildlife identified. separate publication has been produced for the Vancouver Island. The viewing information was provided by British Columbia Wildlife Watch.
    The Big New BC Travel Guide (6th Edition)
      1999, Beautiful British Columbia Magazine
      In this latest revised provincial travel guide, 345 wildlife viewing sites are identified. Look for the binocular logo symbol in the text. The viewing information was provided by British Columbia Wildlife Watch. The revised and expanded 7th edition is due out in early 2002.
    British Columbia Recreational Atlas (5th Edition)  New
      2002, P.T.C. Phototype Composing Ltd.
      Summary viewing information is provided for ??? viewing sites throughout the province, and the sites are located on 1:250,000 scale maps. The viewing information was provided by British Columbia Wildlife Watch.
    Where to See Wildlife on Vancouver Island
      1997, Kim Goldberg, Harbour Publishing
      Contains viewing information for 50 sites on Vancouver Island. The viewing information was reviewed prior to publication by British Columbia Wildlife Watch.
    wildlife viewing guide series
      A series of province and state viewing guides have been published and are available through Falcon Publishing.