Edited By: D Lunney, S Hand, P Reed and D Butcher
245 pages, B/w photos, tabs
Examines the causes of the widespread loss of native fauna in the area during the 19th century; overstocking with sheep, the rabbit invasion, drought and erosion. These problems still exist, and this book presents the ideas of those involved in managing the environment.
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