By: Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow (Author), Michael Stott (Editor)
52 pages, 80 colour & 27 b/w illustrations
Birds of Palmerston in Australia's Top End covers 90 or so species found in the vicinity of Palmerston, a satellite town of Darwin, in Australia’s Top End. It contains information on the plumage, calls, habits and birdwatching notes for the various species. In addition various prey animals (insects and reptiles) and plants that are important food items or nesting material.
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