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Lyn Wade & Dick Vietch | 400 pages | 2019 | softcover

The history, flora and fauna of Te Hauturu-o-Toi/Little Barrier Island

Rising to the highest point in the Hauraki Gulf, Te Hauturu-o-Toi/Little Barrier Island stands sentinel over its rare and endangered birds, plants and animals. It is home to New Zealand’s most diverse native bird and reptile communities, a prodigious number of seabirds and a vast array of invertebrate fauna.

New Zealand’s first nature reserve, it is a global symbol of conservation success and innovation.

The island’s story is not just of its animals and plants, but of people, too: of Ngāti Manuhiri and Ngāti Rehua, the tangata whenua, and of the rangers, researchers and volunteers whose efforts have inspired the conservation world.

Written by experts across a range of fields, this book is a comprehensive account of the history and biodiversity of a very special place.

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Weight 1.2 kg
Dimensions 170 × 245 × 30 mm


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