286 books (15 pages) in this category
by Sue Belfrage
∗∗ A Winner of the Woodland Books of the Year Award ∗∗In a stressful, chaotic world, many of us are turning to nature for a sense of serenity and happiness. While the idea of the wild outdoors is enticing, though, our ...
by The Press
by Carla Mooney
by Marcia Zappa
by Marcia Zappa
by Len Beadell
Hard work and adventure for the Gunbarrel Road Construction Party as they surveyed and built their last three highways across the deserts of Central AustraliaLen Beadell's team had to contend with flat tyres and broken gear boxes as well as all ...
by Peter Brannen
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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 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.' David Ireland has handfed bull sharks, filmed inside the jaws of a saltwater crocodile, looked into the black eyes of a great
by Michael Martin
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 ...
Over 1000 Common Australian Wildflowers
by Denise Greig
Over 1000 common Australian WildflowersField Guide to Australian Wildflowers describes more than 1000 of the most common species found in Australia, each listed alphabetically within their family group. Colour photography illustrates each ...
by Rebecca Upson et al
<p>Non-native plants have been introduced to South Georgia since the first sealers inhabited the island in the late eighteenth century. The number of species and their impacts have varied over the years and today 41 non-native plant species are ...
<i>Flora of Australia 44A</i> documents four subfamilies of the grass family Poaceae, describing 80 genera and 405 species, including many of agricultural or economical significance. ...
Energetic healing for health and harmony
by Barbara Olive
<DIV><P>Flower essences are natural remedies that heal by rebalancing mind, body and spirit. Made by floating flowers in spring water in the light of the sun or moon, essences work by raising our vibrational energy to the perfect pitch of a ...
by Marcia Zappa
by Maddy Hargrove
Covers the latest aquarium gadgets<br /> <br /> <br /> Design a dazzling underwater environment with this bestselling guide!<br /> <br /> Setting up your first freshwater aquarium can be a daunting task. This friendly guide answers all your ...
by Lucas,Janet Hun
"From Weta to Kauri is the prefect book to put in your backpack and take into the bush when you go walking and tramping. " ...