Nedlands: UWA Press, (1981. reprint). Octavo, colour photographs, text illustrations, good paperback copy.
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Ames: The Iowa State University Press, 1972. Octavo,
Sydney: Lansdown Slattery, 1978- 1980. facsimile). Octavo, fine set in dustwrappers with quarto chart volume. First Edition; 8vo; Vol. I. Part I. Cook, pp. xlii,[ii], 526; Vol. I, Part II. Phillip 1783-1792, pp. xxxiv, 748; Vol. II. Grose and Patterson 1793-1795, pp. xxviii, 936; Vol. III. Hunter. 1796-1799, pp. xxxviii...
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977. Octavo, colour plates, illustrations , fine copy in dustwrapper.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1954. reprint). Octavo, colour frontispiece, illustrations, endpaper maps, bookplate, signature, lacks dustwrapper.
San Francisco: W H Freeman, 1976. Octavo, photographs, text illustrations, signature, dustwrapper.
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, (1985. reprint). Octavo, text illustrations, maps, laminated boards,
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, (1984. first edition). Octavo, text illustrations, maps, laminated boards, fine copy.
Paris: Orstom, 1977. Octavo, photographs, softcover. Faune de Madagascar, 45.
Gland: IUCN, 2003. Quarto, paperback, tables, maps. The African elephant is the largest living land mammal, and their potential impact on their habitats raises important management issues both for protected areas and unprotected land. This report is rich in data and information on numbers, distribution and current issues, and provides...
New York: Random House, (2004. reprint). Quarto, colour plates, fine copy in dustwrapper. A showcase for Audubon's stunning colour plates, reproduced directly from the surviving original watercolours.
Arbroath: Carlisle Natural History Society, 1943. Octavo, photographs, bookplate.
Arbroath: Transactions of the Carlisle Natural History Society, 1946. Octavo, photographs, folded maps in pocket at back, signature, bookplate.
Sydney: Lansdowne Press, (1972. first edition). Octavo, colour photographs,very good copy in dustwrapper.
Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 2002. Small octavo, , fine copy in dustwrapper. In this entertaining and illuminating book, the biopsychologist Mark Blumberg explores the many ways that temperature rules the lives of all animals (including humans).
London: George Rainbird, 1957. Folio, eight plates, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Poole: Blandford Press, 1982. Octavo, colour photographs, dustwrapper.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1986. Quarto, illustrations, softcover. A richly illustrated archeological and economic history of the whaling industry.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1965. Quarto, text illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Edinburgh: Stationery Office, 2006. Quarto, laminated boards, illustrations. Waterbirds are one the world's most attractive group of birds and among the most threatened. These include albatrosses, flamingos, swans, geese, ducks, cranes, waders, gulls, terns and auks... They share a dependency on the world's wetlands-seas, coasts, estuaries, lagoons, lochs, rivers, marshlands...
New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1940. Large quarto, Publisher's wrappers, partly unopened, a fine copy. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, volume 77, article one.
New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1940. Quarto, photographs, softcover. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, volume 83, article six.
Melbourne: Nelson, (1985. reprint). Large octavo, photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper.
New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978. Octavo, text illustrations, laminated boards.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. Octavo, black and white illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper. This volume explores hominoid evolution in Eurasia during the Miocene. What is the place of Europe in the origin of humankind? Whilst our earliest human ancestors may have come out of Africa, many of our more...