Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, 2012. Quarto, colour photographs, maps, huge annoying inscription, laminated boards
Focuses on the natural history of Australian bats. The authors take the reader through the nation's broad bioregions, describe what bats do in them, the ecosystem services that they provide, and some of the places where they can be seen. The book also features a brief description of the bat species in Australia, a section on bat myths, and stories and rock art from indigenous Australians. It is enhanced by stunning photographs from Steve Parish, most of which have never been seen before.
Greg Richards and Les Hall have both studied bats for over 40 years and together have compiled information Australia-wide and overseas. As professional wildlife scientists, they have always been
fascinated by these animals.
Steve Parish is a naturalist, photographer, publisher and promoter of nature and our environment, and has immersed himself in the natural world of Australia for the past five decades.
Price: $20.00 AU