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Explore New Zealand Nature A Natural History Road Trip

By: Brian Parkinson(Author)
216 pages, 16 colour photos
Publisher: Upstart Press
Explore New Zealand Nature
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  • Explore New Zealand Nature ISBN: 9781990003639 Paperback Sep 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £17.99
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Naturalist and author Brian Parkinson follows the main highways and back country roads, stopping off at New Zealand's most spectacular locations. The country's isolation for millions of years means its flora and fauna are unique. Parkinson highlights forest birds, towering trees, glacial lakes and active volcanoes which make New Zealand special. from isolated beaches and out on the water, he draws attention to the seabirds and mammals off New Zealand's coast. But this is not just a road trip exploring the country's beauty spots. Parkinson writes that 'natural history is as much about history as it is about nature' and examines how New Zealand's natural environment has dramatically changed since people first stepped ashore. What we see today is the result of what happened in the past and all New Zealanders should explore the unique wildlife on our doorstep. It's just a road trip away.

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Renowned naturalist, author and former broadcaster, Brian Parkinson is the author of many books including Field Guide to New Zealand Seabirds and A Photographic Guide to Insects of New Zealand published by New Holland and now distributed as a White Cloud Book through Upstart Distribution. Brought up in the Bay of Plenty, Parkinson now lives in Auckland and has toured New Zealand extensively.

By: Brian Parkinson(Author)
216 pages, 16 colour photos
Publisher: Upstart Press
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