By: Ken Green (Author), William Osborne (Author)
336 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, 2 colour maps
Now completely updated to include the many changes that have occurred to the environment since the first edition was released in 1994, the second edition of Field Guide to Wildlife of the Australian Snow Country explores the inter-relationships between snow cover and wildlife as well as detailed descriptions of the animal species, including their distribution, breeding, food and habitats.
Updates include: the visible impacts of climate change on animal species and habitats, the decline of high mountain frogs due to the chytrid fungus and the impacts of high altitude fires in 2003 and 2006.
This is an indispensible guide for professional and amateur naturalists. Now re-jacketed in a handy format with a PVC cover to protect it from the elements.
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