Mark Ziembicki's Australian Bustard (Australian Natural History) PDF

By Mark Ziembicki

The Australian bustard is Australia's heaviest flying fowl. it's an icon of the Australian outback the place it really is often often called the bush or plains turkey. it's also culturally and spiritually major to Aboriginal humans, who prize it as a
favourite bush tucker.
This publication presents the 1st entire evaluation of the biology of the Australian bustard, in accordance with the 1st significant examine of the species. the writer explores the bustard's ecology and behavior, its drastic decline in view that eu payment, and the conservation matters affecting it and its environment.
Colour pictures of sweet sixteen and grownup birds supplement the textual content in addition to show off specific behaviours, resembling the mind-blowing demonstrate exercises of men whilst mating. Australian Bustard is the fitting ebook for traditional background enthusiasts.

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