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Sanctuary: New Zealand's Spectacular Nature Reserves

Biography / Memoir Out of Print
By: Eric Dorfman
151 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Penguin Putnam
Sanctuary: New Zealand's Spectacular Nature Reserves
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  • Sanctuary: New Zealand's Spectacular Nature Reserves ISBN: 9780143019930 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #157381
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About this book

Explores some of New Zealand's most beautiful and interesting nature reserves. Told from the perspective of an enthusiastic naturalist, it is part natural history, part travel diary-entertaining, inspiring, appealing. The book celebrates New Zealanders' passion for, and commitment to, wildlife conservation. It is organised by location, starting at Cape Reinga and finishing on Ulva Island, focusing on the country's ten most important protected areas. All kinds of sanctuaries are looked at-scientific reserves, scenic reserves and national parks. All the places chosen by the author are accessible to the general public.
The writing focuses on anecdotes, personal reactions, and descriptions of the people, landscape and animals interwoven with the history of the area, rather than solely scientific information.

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CONTENTS; Introduction; Cape Reinga & North Cape; Tiritiri Matangi Scientific Reserve; Miranda Wildlife Refuge; Egmont National Park ; Kapiti Island Nature Reserve; Karori Wildlife Sanctuary; Abel Tasman National Park; Arthur's Pass National Park; Fiordland National Park; Ulva Island Open Sanctuary; Map; Endnotes; Index

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Biography / Memoir Out of Print
By: Eric Dorfman
151 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Penguin Putnam
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