NEW REPTILE AND AMPHIBIAN BOOKS
Endemic Frogs, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
In this visually stunning book the authors detail every endemic frog, reptile, bird and mammal found in Australia's Kimberley region. This book brings up to date the list of unique animals found only in the Kimberley, showcasing them in a spectacular collection of full colour photographs.
Beautifully presented, somewhere in between a field guide and a coffee table book, this title will be invaluable for all those interested in Australia's endemic fauna and this region.
FORTHCOMING MAY - The Australian Bird Guide
Illustrated by Jeff Davies, Peter Marsack and Kim Franklin
***As an exclusive offer for Andrew Isles customers, all those who pre-order will receive a set of three specially commissioned bookmarks by the artists. In addition to receiving a set of bookmarks, each customer will also go into the draw to win one of the three original bookmark artworks.
We are also offering a Library Copy signed by all six authors and artists. $50 from the sale of each Library Copy will go towards Bush Heritage's Night Parrot conservation programs.View related books and artwork
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