Finalist in the Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2007 – the Reference & Anthology section. An indispensable guide to hebes - among New Zealand’s best known native plants
Massively updated, the all-new edition of Te Papa Press’s bestselling introduction to New Zealand’s natural hazards and disasters is more relevant than ever.
Greatly revised and expanded, the latest edition of this highly respected guide is the must-have reference for birds in the New Zealand region.
A complete, all-new edition of the classic 19th century ornithological paintings of John Gerrard Keulemans for Walter Buller’s iconic A History of the Birds of New Zealand, featuring fresh reproductions of the original watercolour paintings.
Every known native New Zealand tree and shrub – in colour and life size. Winner of the Montana Medal for Non-fiction 2007 and winner of the Illustrative section of the Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2007.
A richly illustrated view into the world of New Zealand’s lost birds. Finalist in the Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2007 – the Environment section.
The definitive guide to identifying seabirds in the oceans around New Zealand.
Winner in the Environment category of the Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2006. Congratulations to Philip Simpson on winning another Montana Book Award!
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