596 books (30 pages) in this category
by ERIC SLOANE
""Amateur weather forecasters (which includes just about everyone) will find this volume an informative and entertaining account of the why and how of the weather."" - The NationIn simple language, Eric Sloane explains the whys and wherefores of
by John Wrigley
A superbly illustrated celebration of the beauty and diversity of Australia's most iconic and best-known trees. ...
A Bushwalker's Guide
by Gary Leonard
Designed to fit into the backpack of bushwalkers, students, botanists, field ecologists, and foresters, <i>Eucalypts of the Sydney Region</i> describes the most common eucalypt species found in the Sydney region (from Newcastle to Nowra and west
by Gerilyn J Bielakiewicz
It can take a lot of time, patience, and money to train a dog-and even more to teach him new tricks! In this book, dog owners will get professional advice without having to attend pricey classes. Certified pet dog trainer Gerilyn J. Bielakiewicz
by Gerilyn J Bielakiewicz
There is nothing like the bond between you and your dog, and that bond can be strengthened through training together. Let Certified Pet Dog Trainer Gerilyn J. Bielakiewicz show you how to introduce new skills the right way and teach your dog ...
by Steve Massey
A concise, practical guide to observing our nearest celestial neighbourIn Exploring the Moon, Steve unveils the history of the Moon and its various characteristics and effects on the Earth and its living creatures. He describes the bold Cold War
by steph Green-Armytage
by David Ireland
'In my line of work, knowing when to obey fear and when to ignore it is often the difference between life and death.'<BR><BR> David Ireland has handfed bull sharks, filmed inside the jaws of a saltwater crocodile, looked into the black eyes of a
by RICHARD HAMBLYN
Offers a selection of weather phenomena, from the snow rollers that form on icy rooftops to the displays of volcanic lightning. In this title, each photograph is accompanied by commentary that explains the science behind these extraordinary ...
by Michael Martin
by CHRISTOPHER NYERGES
This perfect guide to self-sufficient city dwelling was written by a pair of gentle survivalists who brought nature to their Los Angeles home. Christopher and Dolores Lynn Nyerges are prepared for everything from power failures and terrorist ...
by JEAN HENRI FABRE
Hailed by Darwin as ""The Homer of Insects,"" famed French entomologist Jean Henri Fabre (1823-1915) devoted hours of rapt attention to insects while they hunted, built nests, and fed their families. Working in Provence, in barren, sun-scorched ...
by WILLIAM YOUNG
Roadrunners are known from cartoons. Ravens are known to poetry lovers. Eagles are known as figures in ancient mythology and as modern national symbols. Birds have fascinated people throughout history. This captivating collection of 99 essays ...
The discovery of Chinese plants by European missionaries
by Jane Kilpatrick
Focussing on the lives of four great French missionary botanists as well as a group of other French priests, Franciscan missionaries, and a single German Protestant pastor who all amassed significant plant collections, the author unearths a lost
Cat lovers will treasure these handsome portraits of 27 feline favourites, among them the Himalayan, Egyptian Mau, Bluepoint Balinese, Turkish Angora, Manx, Persian, and Russian Blue - all accurately rendered, identified, and printed on heavy ...
From a huggable Old English sheepdog and a stately Great Dane to an adorable poodle and a long-haired Pomeranian, 26 realistic images of man's best friend appear on heavy poster stock. All dogs identified. ...
by Nicola Jane Hobbs
Imagine having a peaceful relationship with food. One which leaves you feeling healthy, happy and full of life. No anxiety or guilt. No calorie counting or cutting out food groups. No wasting energy worrying about what to eat or striving for a ...
by Kim Schilling
Thinking about getting a ferret? Want to make sure you?re giving the ferret you already have the best possible care? <i>Ferrets For Dummies</i> helps you decide whether a ferret is for you and give your little fellah a healthy, happy home. It?s ...
by Van Dyck Steve ; Gynther Ian ; Baker And
This invaluable companion to The Mammals of Australia (3rd Ed) is intended to be taken out into the field and used in conjunction with the more comprehensive volume.Genuinely practical in the outdoors, this book includes accounts of 389 species ...
by Caton JM ; Hardwick RJ
Detailed descriptions of over 150 useful plants from the temperate eco-region.bull; More than 600 colour photos and drawings for ease of identification, as well as maps of localand Australia-wide distributions.bull; Information on a wide range ...