3 edition of Fiat book of uncommon birds in New Zealand found in the catalog.
Fiat book of uncommon birds in New Zealand
First two vols. published under title: The Fiat book of common birds in New Zealand.
|Other titles||The Fiat book of common birds in New Zealand, Uncommon birds in New Zealand|
|Statement||Janet Marshall, F.C. Kinsky, C.J.R. Robertson.|
|Contributions||Kinsky, F. C., Robertson, C. J. R.|
|LC Classifications||QL693.5 M37|
|The Physical Object|
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I really liked this book, though there were a couple of issues I found. First, the birds are labeled with numbers on the plates, and in at least one instance (Australian Shelduck and Paradise Shelduck) the numbering was wrong--almost causing me to not realize I was seeing the endemic Paradise Shelduck when I first found it in a park in Auckland!.
Secondly, New Zealand is a wet. The Fiat book of Common Birds in New Zealand 2 Mountain, Bush and Shore Birds (Mobil New Zealand Nature Series) by Janet Marshall; F.
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