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A Field Guide
by Wendy Cooper
This beautifully illustrated field guide covers 504 of the most common fruiting plants found in Australia?s eastern rainforests, as well as a few species that are rare in the wild but generally well-known. These spectacular plants can be seen ...
by Templin Michelle
This handbook covers all you need to know to get started with raising your very own flock of chickens.Whether you're considering getting chickens, or already have a few in the backyard, you will find answers to all your questions here.Fresh ...
by MEMBERS OF BACKYARD CHICKENS.COM
Keeping chickens isn't just for farms! The backyard chicken revolution has coops popping up in neighbourhoods all over. Home-raised chickens provide a great source of superior, organic eggs that are as close as your backyard. Chickens also make ...
by ELLEN ZACHOS
There's food growing everywhere! You'll be amazed by how many of the plants you see each day are actually nutritious edibles. Ideal for first-time foragers, this book features 70 edible weeds, flowers, mushrooms, and ornamental plants typically
by Alanna Moore
by Daniel Heath Justice
<p>From the iconic European badger to the African honey badger, the hog badger of Southeast Asia and the North American badger, this book is the first truly global cultural history of the animal in over 30 years. Profusely illustrated with ...
Unique to North America, the bald eagle is known for its long life, great strength, and majestic looks. This dramatic painting of the national bird by naturalist John James Audubon is powerfully rendered and reprinted on sturdy, laminated poster
Or, How a Dog Becomes a Christmas Card
by Peter Thorpe
by Tessa Laird
<p>Bats have been misunderstood and maligned in the West for centuries. Unfair associations with demons have seen their leathery wings adorn numerous evil characters, from the Devil to Bram Stoker's <i>Dracula</i>. But these amazing animals are ...
by ROGER LEDERER
"Birds have conquered every environment on Earth including our hearts. This book reminds us that our fates are intertwined with theirs." Gary Langham, chief scientist, National Audubon Society An engaging, informative narrative that explores
by Alex Kuskowski
by Len Beadell
When your grader breaks down in the middle of the desert, there's only one thing you can do - attach it to your bulldozer and tow it back to civilisation.When your grader breaks down in the middle of the desert, there's only one thing you can do
by Rachel Poliquin
<p>Rachel Poliquin?s Beaver explores the storied history of this small, often forgotten animal. Poliquin examines why the beaver has been hunted throughout the years, from its fur to the scent produced by its musk gland, as ...
by Klaus Reinhardt
<p>Few animals elicit such a profoundly honest response of horror, fear and fright as the bedbug. Uninvited, bedbugs invade your privacy; they enter your bed, leave their marks and take away your bodily fluid - blood. From fossils to ancient ...
by Howland Blackiston
<b>Everything you need to 'bee' a successful backyard beekeeper</b> <p>If you've ever thought about becoming a backyard beekeeper?or have already tried a hand at it and want to be <i>better</i> one?then this is the book for you! In <i>Beekeeping
by ERIC GRISSELL
Few insects are more important than bees, wasps, and ants. They maintain the garden's biological balance, fertilize vegetables, fruits, and flowers, and recycle nutrients within the soil. It's no exaggeration to say that a garden can't be ...
by Charles Foster
A lyrical exploration of what it is really like to 'be a beast', from swimming with otters to burrowing with badgers, and what this can tell us about the beast inside us all. ...
The world from your dog's point of view
by Karen Wild
by Julie Murray
a Natural History of Australian Caves
by Elery Hamilton-Smith
Caves are exciting places to visit, whether you are a tourist, a sporting caver or a scientist in one of the many disciplines which use caves as natural laboratories. This book comprehensively reviews what we presently know about Australia's ...