#Canadiannaturefacts The largest non-polar ice field in the world can be found in the St. Elias Mountains, Yukon Territory. It covers an area of 40,570 square kilometres of which 16,900 square kilometres are located in Canada, the remainder being in Alaska. If you like your Canadian nature to rhyme, swing on over to http://www.cherylcowtan.com and pick up your copy of CaNature Eh! An illustrated collection of poetry capturing the allure of nature in Canada, from the mighty moose's dewlap to the bee-on-a-stick wheat frond. CaNature Eh! details Cowtan's extraordinary relationship with nature through beautiful verse peppered with vivid illustrations and gorgeous photography. CaNature Eh! Invites the reader to participate through dabbing colour to the pages, and writing their own poetry. This book will thrill nature lovers, Canadian patriots, and admirers, poets, teachers, students--children and adults alike!