Knight Inlet is located along the central coast of British Columbia, framed by dense rainforest with its headwaters at the foot of Mt. Waddington, BCís tallest mountain.
Here, wildlife photographer and wilderness guide Robert Scriba portrays the ecosystems that unite the lives of the salmon, bears and the flora and fauna that populate the Inletís Glendale Cove.
A working tour guide, Scriba interprets the seasonal events that unfold along the river and estuary through stunning photographs and text. He describes the life cycle of salmon, from fingerlings to spawning and eventual death and demonstrates their role in supporting a thriving bear community. The life cycle of bears is illustrated throughout the seasons with photos of those who visit the cove, eating sedge, inter-tidal life and berries as they await the return of the salmon. Magnificent grizzlies walk the pages of this book to make it an essential addition to any nature loverís library.