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This is a bird identification guide with a difference. Instead of using colour plates of paintings, this is a photographic guide. Photographs of living birds can often provide detail not available in paintings, such as typical poses, real habitat and often more realistic colouring. A map shows each species' distribution in and around Australia and the text gives details of size, colour, shape, behaviour, calls and habitat. The at-a-glance symbols at the end of each entry indicate major habitat types. This second edition has updated maps, general text information and common Latin name
This photographic guide is designed to accompany travellers, local and international, who are interested in Australian snakes and reptiles. The guide identifies 223 different species, all illustrated in full-colour photographs. Thumbnail outlines of each family group enabling quick identification.
Compact, easy-to-use format, this is an ideal pocket-size travelling companion for Australian trees. Contains authoritative text describing key identification features. Has full-colour photographs illustrating each of the 170 species. Thumbnails outline each family group to enable quick identification
When you read your Bible and come to the name of a plant, do you sometimes draw a blank. Harry Baerg fills in the blanks in your Bible imagery with full-color paintings of all of these animals. When you read your Bible and come to the name of a bird or other small animal, Harry J. Baerg, a gifted artist and excellent illustrator of wildlife hailing from Canada, studied nature for years, and portrays many of them from personal observation.
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Truly nonevolutionary in philosophy, spirit, and sequence of study. Begins with the familiar, tangible things of nature with special emphasis on the structure and function; and concludes with Gods amazing design at the cellular and chemical level. Investigates such fields of study as botany, zoology, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology, cytology, genetics, and ecology. Reflects the latest advances in mans understanding of living things without neglecting a foundation in the basics.
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Remarkable colour photographs show how a dragonfly hatches from a tiny egg, lives underwater as a nymph, and finally emerges fully grown and flies away. Each stage is explained in simple language with bold headings for very young children, and more detailed information for slightly older readers.
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