286 books (15 pages) in this category
by Gretchen Miller
A very special collection of over one hundred stories, memories, and reflections on trees that have had a special meaning in the lives of Australians, from ABC RN. We all have a favourite tree. We scaled their trunks in childhood, planted their
by Stanley Breeden
"High on the hills of the Atherton Tablelands in far north Queensland stands a glasshouse built by orchid expert Bruce Gray. Whether from the cloud forests of South America, the Himalayan Mountains of India, the mangroves of the Philippines, the
by Nicolas Brasch
The ultimate guide to keeping chickens in your backyard. The more obvious rewards of chicken ownership - like delicious fresh eggs daily and fabulous cost-free fertiliser - are well known. Chickens even help keep the number of pest
by Patrick G Cain
Around the world, skilled animals hunt and catch their prey. Learn more about the komodo dragon and the special characteristics that make it such an excellent predator. This title takes you on the hunt with well-researched, clearly written ...
by Julie Murray
by A. B. Costin
<h2><br></h2><p><b>Reprint coming soon.</b></p><p>Around Australia’s highest mountain lies a rare ecosystem, an alpine area of outstanding beauty and diversity, strikingly different from other alpine ecosystems of the world but with common ...
by John F Prevost
Surveys the origin, geological borders, climate, water, plant and animal life, and economic and ecological aspects of Lake Superior. ...
by Cari Meister
Surveys the origin, geological borders, climate, water, plant and animal life, and economic and ecological aspects of the world's second largest lake. ...
by Michael Keenan
"An amazing true story of courage and survival in the outback by the bestselling author of <i>The Horses Too Are Gone.</i> In 1971 bushman Jack Camp went mustering wild cattle - 'cleanskins' - in a vast and isolated stretch of the Kimberley ...
A Snout-to-Tail History of the Humble Pig
by Mark Essig
Slow Down and Smell the Hibiscus
by Lucy Cooke
<DIV><P>Is there a reason sloths are always smiling? Yes! They’ve mastered the art of living slow in a world whose pace is making everyone crazy. Along with being the “it” animal – “sloths are the new kittens”
by Marylou Morano Kjelle
Around the world, skilled animals hunt and catch their prey. Learn more about the lion and the special characteristics that make it such an excellent predator. This title takes you on the hunt with well-researched, clearly written informational ...
by Jill C Wheeler
Bats are mammals. But unlike all the other mammals on Earth, bats can fly. In this series, find out all about this fascinating animal. Learn how to identify different bats, and where they live. Discover the amazing way bats fly in the dark, ...
by New Holland Publishers
The Little Penguin, Blue Penguin or Fairy Penguin ... whichever name you give it, this fascinating bird lives an extraordinary life. It is the world’s smallest penguin species, found all around the coasts of New Zealand and the southern half of ...
by Livinia Nixon
Livinia Nixon, Channel 9 personality and weather presenter, has created a fantastic and fun guide to discovering how weather works. Discover interesting facts about weather and answer your questions in this bright and informative book. ...
by S,Haffner, Patrick,Mitchell-J Aulagnier
Covering over 400 species, this work presents all of the terrestrial mammal species of the Western Palearctic, serving as an excellent guide to the great wealth of fauna in this region. Species accounts are concise and authoritative, giving ...
A New View of the Red Planet
by Giles Sparrow
by Thomas Pakenham
A History Of A Fascination
by Robert Macfarlane
A new cover edition of this bestselling classic of nature writing. ...
by Georgie Carroll
<p>An animal worshipped, slaughtered, loved and loathed, the mouse is a <span style="line-height: 1.45em;">beguiling part of our culture and environment. Mouse explores in rich </span><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">detail the