Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, 2014. Octavo, photographs, maps.
WAS $90. An up-to-date synthesis by leading researchers, this book explores Australia’s unique predator communities from prehistoric, historic and current perspectives. It covers mammalian, reptilian and avian carnivores, both native and introduced to Australia. It also examines the debate surrounding how best to manage predators to protect livestock and native biodiversity. By emphasising Australian carnivores as exemplars of flesh-eaters in other parts of the world, this book will be an important reference for researchers, wildlife managers and students worldwide.
Price: $30.00 AU