By: ME Gillham
500 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
Anecdotal account of Gillham, an English naturalist, who spent three summers on the Bass Strait and other small islands around Tasmania helping with research into the viability of the Mutton Bird Industry and its relationship with grazing, burning and other forms of land management.
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