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Native Birds of Aotearoa

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Michael Szabo(Author), Alan Tennyson(Introduction By), Pippa Keel(Illustrator)
colour illustrations
Publisher: Te Papa Press
Native Birds of Aotearoa
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  • Native Birds of Aotearoa ISBN: 9781991150943 Hardback Oct 2022 Available for pre-order
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Part of the new Te Papa Te Taiao Nature Series, this accessible, handsomely illustrated guide to Aotearoa New Zealand's native bird species has wide appeal. Native Birds of Aotearoa describes sixty of our most interesting species – forest, garden, wetland, coastal, alpine and marine birds – reflecting the range of subtropical, temperate and subantarctic habitats across our islands. Written by Birds New Zealand editor, Michael Szabo, and with an introduction by Te Papa Curator Vertebrates, Alan Tennyson, it is published in collaboration with Birds New Zealand. Native Birds of Aotearoa includes ornithologist notes on each species and insights into the museum's fieldwork and collections. Charming original illustrations from the 1930s have been complemented in the same style by illustrator Pippa Keel.

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Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Michael Szabo(Author), Alan Tennyson(Introduction By), Pippa Keel(Illustrator)
colour illustrations
Publisher: Te Papa Press
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