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Wade Davis: Sacred Headwaters

I jumped at the chance to talk to Wade Davis when he was in Vancouver recently. The author, adventurer and anthropologist was actually touring North America with two new books; one about Mallory and Everest (Into the Silence) and another about a very special part of British Columbia. 

The Sacred Headwaters is a beautiful book, featuring photographs from some of the world's top nature photographers of the remote part of BC where the Stikine, Nass and Skeena rivers converge.  It's a place also under significant pressure from several resource extraction projects.


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