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Wild Rivers Discovering the Natural History of the Central South Island

By: Neville Peat and Brian Patrick
142 pages, Col photos, maps
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Covers the natural history of braided rivers - rivers which have an ever-changing nature, and nurture a diverse and unique community of plants, birds, fish, lizards and invertebrate life. This book focuses on the Mackenzie region in the South Island of New Zealand.

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By: Neville Peat and Brian Patrick
142 pages, Col photos, maps
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