When Do You Let the Animals Out?: A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain Humour by Michael KerrWhen Do You Let the Animals Out?: A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain Humour by Michael Kerr

When Do You Let the Animals Out?: A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain Humour

byMichael Kerr

Paperback | July 7, 2011

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At what elevation does an elk become a moose?

Where can I find alpine flamingos?

How do the elk know they're supposed to cross at the elk crossing signs?

Where do bears nest?

Don't all Canadians wear raccoon hats?

Ah yes, the familiar calls of that plentiful species, the Rocky Mountain Tourist.

When Do You Let the Animals Out? is the first and only guide that identifies the unusual antics of this migratory species as well as highlighting the more indigenous sources of humour to be found in the Canadian Rockies.

Bizarre questions, weird wildlife facts, the strangest place name stories of the Rockies, and a chronology of Rocky Mountain humour are just some of the hilarious information provided in this guide.

When Do You Let the Animals Out? is a great way for residents and tourists alike to enjoy the best and worst of the Canadian Rockies (no expensive equipment required).

Michael Kerr is an award-winning international business speaker, humorist, workshop facilitator, and author. A former communications manager, Kerr is now one of Canada's leading authorities on how humour can boost morale, lower stress, motivate employees, and create more productive and inspiring workplaces.Michael Kerr is an award-winn...
Title:When Do You Let the Animals Out?: A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain HumourFormat:PaperbackDimensions:184 pages, 7.12 × 4.25 × 0.4 inPublished:July 7, 2011Publisher:Fifth House BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1927083001

ISBN - 13:9781927083000

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