The Yew Tree
of Amazing British Columbia

On this page: References for the yew tree, the Y entry in Amazing British Columbia: A Natural History From A To Z


One alphabet book cannot tell everything about the yew tree. The references below include information about the photographer and links to other sites with more information about the yew tree

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J. Duane Sept,
Photographer of the Yew Tree

J. Duane Sept is a naturalist who is also a photographer. He has written many books about plants and animals. You can see more of his work at Calypso-Publishing.com (Opens in a new window)

J Duane Sept also took the photo of the caribou for the U page in Amazing British Columbia.
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Other Photos Of Yew

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Books About BC's Forests

Here is what I read when I was researching the book Amazing British Columbia.
  • Owens, John N. (2000) "Yew" inThe Canadian Encyclopedia. (James H. Marsh, Ed.) Toronto: McClelland & Stewart. p. 2561.
This link will take you to a list of other books about the forests of BC. (This link opens in a new window.)

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Links To Other Information About Yew



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