Tidal Life is the definitive natural and human history of the unique and massive Bay of Fundy. With visual reminders of the Bay's immensity and impact. Winner of the Evelyn Richardson Award for non fiction, the Dartmouth Book Award for non-fiction and the Atlantic Provinces Booksellers Choice Award.
About the authors
Harry Thurston is the author of several collections of poetry and twelve nonfiction books, including Tidal Life: A Natural History of the Bay of Fundy, winner of three non-fiction prizes in the Atlantic region; The Nature of Shorebirds: Nomads of the Wetlands; and A Place between the Tides: A Naturalist's Reflections on the Salt Marsh, which received the 2005 Sigrid Olson Nature Writing Award in the United States and was shortlisted for the 2005 BC Award for Canadian Non-Fiction. He has also written for such magazines as Audubon, Canadian Geographic, and National Geographic. Thurston lives in Nova Scotia.
Other titles by Harry Thurston
Icare, chute d’oiseaux
Icarus, Falling of Birds
The Waters of Remembrance, A Memoir
Keeping Watch at the End of the World
The Deer Yard
The Atlantic Coast
A Natural History
Animals of My Own Kind
An Homage to the Salmon Rivers of Atlantic Canada
Thirty-five Days in the Desert