The Wild Horses of Sable Island Limited Edition Book

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Release Date: 2012-06-12
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Download and read online The Wild Horses of Sable Island Limited Edition Book in PDF and EPUB Roberto Dutesco's first ever publication of the Wild Horses is a lavish 365-page personal account of his intimate exploration of Sable Island. Printed and handcrafted in Bologna, Italy, and from an edition of 2,500, each book is hand-numbered and signed by the artist.


The Wild Horses of Sable Island

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ISBN: 3832798498
Release Date: 2014
Number of pages: 344
Author: Roberto Dutesco
Publisher: Te Neues Publishing Group

Download and read online The Wild Horses of Sable Island in PDF and EPUB Sable Island, a small island off the coast of eastern Canada, is the site of some 500 wild horses, 500 shipwrecks, and 500 years of known history. Never settled, the island, also known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic," has seen temporary occupation by shipwrecked sailors, transported convicts, pirates, and wreckers. The wild horses, named for the island they inhabit, abandoned there long ago or cast ashore from wrecks, are now the only terrestrial mammals on Sable Island. Roebrto Dutesco's twenty years' documentation of Sable Island comes to you as a stunning volume of photographs, an unprecedented collection of extraordinary moments in a place uninhabited by humans, where the wild horses run free, unaware and unafraid of man. Dutesco portrays the wild beauty of these horses as well as the barren and unspoiled quality of the island, creating an immersive photographic memoir that captures the soul and spirit. The Romanian-born Canadian photographer's aim is to document and record this enchanted place for posterity, for our children's children, as an important place in Earth's history, and more so in our current moment, when unique wild places are vanishing. It is Dutesco's life project, celebrating the beauty he encountered in a place forgotten by time, desire, and conquest--Sable Island.


The Wild Horses of Sable Island

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ISBN: 0993798802
Release Date: 2014-05
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Author: Debra Garside
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Race the Wild Wind

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ISBN: 0802797660
Release Date: 2011-07-19
Number of pages: 40
Author: Sandra Markle
Publisher: Walker Childrens

Download and read online Race the Wild Wind in PDF and EPUB From acclaimed science writer Sandra Markle comes a fascinating survival story about the wild horses of Sable Island. During a shipwreck, a young stallion leads a band of horses to safety on an arc of golden land-Sable Island, off the coast of Nova Scotia. In gorgeously illustrated panoramic views, readers will see how the herd quickly adapted to harsh winters before the warmth of spring brought new life and new foals. But when a severe summer storm puts the horses in danger once again, only by racing the wild wind can they survive the trials of nature in their new home.


Free as the Wind

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ISBN: 0889954461
Release Date: 2010-11-04
Number of pages: 32
Author: Jamie Bastedo
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Download and read online Free as the Wind in PDF and EPUB When the wild horses of Sable Island in Nova Scotia are rounded up and sold to make dog food, a young boy is determined to save them, so he writes a letter to the Prime Minister, in a story based on a true episode in Canada's history.


Wild and Beautiful Sable Island

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ISBN: 096925573X
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 96
Author: Pat Keough
Publisher: Nimbus Pub Limited

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Wild Horses

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105022324631
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 112
Author: Elwyn Hartley Edwards
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)

Download and read online Wild Horses in PDF and EPUB Provides photographs and information about the origins and development of some of the wild horse species that live in various places throughout the world, and discusses conservation efforts.


Von der Koppel bis zur Kapriole

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ISBN: 9783487083483
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 390
Author: Waldemar Seunig
Publisher: Georg Olms Verlag

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Wild Horses Wild Wolves

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ISBN: 9781927330234
Release Date: 2013-06-03
Number of pages: 224
Author: Maureen Enns
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd

Download and read online Wild Horses Wild Wolves in PDF and EPUB Established in 1967, the Ghost River Wilderness Area, located along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta, is one of only three provincially designated wilderness areas in the province. As such, it is supposed to have the strictest form of government protection available in Canada, with development, motorised transportation and recreational activities either tightly controlled or altogether forbidden. This has not been the case, however. Using a stunning combination of drawn and painted images, conventional and remote photography (using hidden cameras activated by heat or motion) and traditional stories told by Peigan and Stoney Nakoda people, Enns invites the reader to join her as she untangles old myths regarding Albertas heritage and reveals some uncomfortable realities facing the province in the 21st century. The wild horses, wolves, moose, deer and bears profiled in this book have had little contact with humankind. As communities, developers and governments struggle to understand the affects of conservation, recreation and development in sacred places, it is becoming more and more difficult to keep the wild in wild animals. This project is a passionate plea for understanding, conservation and action.


The Island Horse

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ISBN: 9781554535927
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 160
Author: Susan Hughes
Publisher: Kids Can Press Ltd

Download and read online The Island Horse in PDF and EPUB Moving with her father to a remote island off the coast of 19th-century Nova Scotia after the death of her mother, Ellie struggles with grief and loneliness in spite of a new friendship until she bonds with a wild stallion whose small herd she struggles to protect. By the award-winning author of Case Closed?


Informal Reading Inventory Preprimer to Twelfth Grade

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ISBN: 9780495808947
Release Date: 2010-06-04
Number of pages: 240
Author: Betty Roe
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Informal Reading Inventory Preprimer to Twelfth Grade in PDF and EPUB A popular classroom assessment tool, this supplement is widely used by pre-service and in-service teachers to assess or test students’ reading progress. It also serves as a practical guide for reading specialists and as a focus for in-service workshops. Unique to this text are its K-12 scope and its abundant strategies (including forms) for assessing students’ vocabulary, phonics, and comprehension of text. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Sable Island

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ISBN: 0887809111
Release Date: 2010-10-18
Number of pages: 192
Author: Bruce Armstrong
Publisher: Formac

Download and read online Sable Island in PDF and EPUB Sable Island is the world's most mysterious and notorious sandbar, situated 160 kilometers offshore of southeast Nova Scotia. The island is currently receiving much renewed attention because of proposals to make it a National Park, or a National Wilderness Area. Known for centuries as "The Graveyard of the Atlantic," its forty-kilometre length has claimed over five hundred ships since the earliest adventurers and fishing vessels sailed to North America. Even today Sable presents serious problems to navigators. The home of the world's last herds of wild horses, the island is a fragile, shifting crescent of sand and grass whose beauty and violence has fascinated and inspired countless adventurers, writers, artists and scientists for over three hundred years. Bruce Armstrong takes the reader on a personal journey to Sable. He brings to life the early shipwrecks, lifesaving establishments and settlement attempts that have marked the island's long and varied history. There are ghost stories, tales of exceptional bravery, and first-hand impressions of the island left by men and women such as Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Dorothea Dix and Alexander Graham Bell. Contemporary material about Sable is based on interviews with some of the people who live in this lonely place as lifesavers, wireless operators, conservationists, and scientific observers; their experiences contribute an immediate sense of Sable's spirit and power. Many new colour photographs by island researcher Zoe Lucas are featured in this new edition. Sable Island is an imaginative and exciting journey to the world's northern Galapagos. It is also an eloquent plea for the preservation of a unique and timeless part of Nova Scotia. Sable Island was awarded the Evelyn Richardson Prize, the pre-eminent award for non-fiction in Atlantic Canada.


We Gambled Everything

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ISBN: 9780888645982
Release Date: 2012-11-07
Number of pages: 273
Author: Arne Nielsen
Publisher: University of Alberta

Download and read online We Gambled Everything in PDF and EPUB "We gambled everything-our careers, our fortunes, the future of our nation-and every day brought new discoveries. It was like living on a frontier."-Arne Nielsen The memoir of Canadian petroleum industry leader Arne Nielsen is not a conventional business biography. During his six decades in the business, he witnessed critical events in the oil industry that influenced Canada's economic history. From rain-soaked tents on the Arctic barren land to the luxurious New York offices of a multinational oil company, Arne Nielsen's expansive knowledge of geology and the oil industry made him one of the most influential and well-known figures of his time. His memoir provides crucial details and unique perspectives on events that will be of interest to the next generation of oil industry executives as well as to consumers, economists, and ecologists.


Hearts in the Wild

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ISBN: 9781927527290
Release Date: 2013-04-15
Number of pages: 136
Author: Roxanne Willems Snopek
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co

Download and read online Hearts in the Wild in PDF and EPUB Every year, thousands of wild animals are injured or orphaned in Canada, while the habitat and very existence of others is threatened by human activity. Roxanne Willems Snopek tells the inspiring stories of some of these amazing creatures and the dedicated and compassionate people who care for them. Wildlife rescue centres help many of our urban animal neighbours, from the tiniest baby songbirds to skunks, raccoons, opossums and rabbits. Other concerned volunteers work on the edge of the wilderness. In the Alberta foothills, a few passionate advocates fight to protect dwindling bands of wild horses. Residents of Churchill, Manitoba, watch over the magnificent beluga whales and polar bears of the region. A wildlife centre in Golden, BC, strives to educate people about the vital environmental importance of the wolf. These heartwarming tales of rescue, rehabilitation and conservation are sure to delight all animal lovers.


Wild About Horses

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ISBN: 9780307364227
Release Date: 2012-08-07
Number of pages: 320
Author: Lawrence Scanlan
Publisher: Vintage Canada

Download and read online Wild About Horses in PDF and EPUB National Bestseller ¸ Globe and Mail Bestseller More than any other creature, the beautiful and spirited horse has shaped the course of human history. To gallop on horseback even once is to understand instantly why humans have been connecting with horses for more than 6,000 years. Thoughtful, lyrical, exhaustively researched and generously illustrated, Wild About Horses illuminates and chronicles the ancient, powerful and mystical bond between horses and humans.