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Birds of Australia's Top End

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Denise Goodfellow
159 pages, Col illus, b/w illus, maps
Birds of Australia's Top End
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  • Birds of Australia's Top End ISBN: 9781877069192 Paperback Nov 2005 Out of Print #150654
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An invaluable identification guide to the birds of the top end of Australia. It also provides snippets of fascinating Aboriginal information in regard to the birds and the landscape.

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DENISE GOODFELLOW is well-known to the people of the Top End. Not only is she an an author and artist; she is also a guide for ecotravellers and closely involved with local Aboriginal people in developing sensitive ecotourism in their homeland on Arnhem Land escarpment. For 20 years Denise has worked as a biological consultant. In 2000 she was contracted work as interpreter/transcriber on the Lonely Planet's Guide to Aboriginal Australia. Denise also lectures in environmental studies for the UNSW's summer school. More can be learnt on www.earthfoot.org

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Denise Goodfellow
159 pages, Col illus, b/w illus, maps
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