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An Introduction to the Deer of Australia. -With special reference to Victoria

by  BENTLEY, Arthur.    ​.   
ID No.: 7043    
AU$100.00

Hawthorn Press Melbourne, 1967 1st Edn., 4to,  Illustrated, 224pp. D/J, Foreword by M.C.Downes, Superintendent Game Management, Victorian Fisheries and Wildlife  Department.  Gives an outline of the introduction of deer into Australia before discussing in detail the Sambar, Hog, Red and Fallow Deer and continues on with other species.  This is followed by a discussion of the introduction of deer and their management in each state and the Territory and into Papua New Guinea. There are also chapters on Hunting Deer, Antlers, Deer in Captivity. Capturing up and Capturing Deer. Over 75 black and white photographs and diagrams. Name of previous owner on fep. D/j has some wear and stains.  -Fine/Good.   

Fishing Naturalist 

by  BUXTON, Anthony.  ​          
ID No.: 222.     
AU$30.00

Collins London, 1946, 8vo, Illustrated, 190pp, D/J, “Major Buxton givesus delightful accounts of his fishing expeditions for brown trout, sea trout and salmon, in Hampshire, Scotland, and Norway. He writes about terriers, about red deer, black game, otters and many types of birds. His final chapter on Nature Reserves is of particular interestin connection with the UK land poliy in the future”  ”  Illustrated by 78 black and white photographs. Removeable protective plastic cover. Fine/Very Good.        

 Exploring Between Tidemarks,

by  POPE, E.C. and McDONALD, P.M.        
ID No.: 1331
AU$20.00

Australian Museum Sydney  n.d., 8vo Illust 45pp, soft cover. Foreword by J. W. Evans, Director Australian Museum.  Written as a guide for shore explorers,  Biology and Zoology school and university students and teachers. Fills a gap in our literature of  shoreline ecology.   Includes  zones, adaptations of seashore animals, shoreline animal feeding, communities on rocky shores and hints to explorers. Cover slightly rubbed.  – Fine                                                             

Tide’s Ending.

by `“B.B.” (WATKINS-PITCHFORD, Denys).    
ID No.: 2801     
AU$53.00

Michael Joseph London. 1980 New Edn, 8vo, Illust, 244p, D/J, Illustrated by Denys Watkins-Pitchford. Wildfowling is the last  great sport where man and bird, wind and water come together in a unique experience. No one captures the magic of the saltings and marshes, the majesty of the dawn and the shining peace of the evening better than “BB’. Most certainly one of BB’s finest and most collectable books.  -Fine/Fine   

The Sea of Cortez

by CANNON, Ray.
ID No.: 248
AU$35.00

Lane Books   Menlo Park California. 1973, 8th prtg, 4to. Illust. 284pp.  E/P. The story of a primitive world of beauty and adventure that begins fifty miles below the south west border of the US. An historical, cultural, visual and geological overview of this great region.  "This book describes one of the most fascinating, and yet little-known, regions of the Western hemisphere. The Sea of Cortez (a romantic term for the Gulf of California), is a 600-mile stretch of Mediterranean like land and water. It is an area filled with unexploited outdoor sports, travel, and recreation opportunities for Americans. " Pictorial board cover. Many references to fish and fishing.  - Fine

Complete Book of Australian Fishing

by CAPEL, David.
ID No.: 252
AU$20.00

Rigby Adelaide, 1984, 8vo, Illust, 768pp, D/J.   A comprehensive coverage to all aspects of fresh and saltwater fishing in Australia with contributions from many well known anglers.   Many b/w photographs. - Fine

Encyclopaedia of Australian Fishing

by CLASSON Bill, CLASSON Helen and HORROBIN Peter.
ID No.: 3825
AU$45.00

Australian Fishing Network Melbourne,  2001, 1st edn.  4to, Illust 240p. Soft Cover. A comprehensive collection of hints for freshwater and saltwater fishing, fly fishing and more by the editors of some of the leading fishing magazines. This book provides vital information on the selection of the appropriate tackle, gear, rigs and baits for each method of fishing,  Popular fish species are identified along with suggested rigs, and tactics.  Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of diagrams and pictures complemented with over 300 colour and black and white photographs.    -Fine                                                                              

Fishing Guide to Victoria's Salt Water.

by CLASSON, Bill and WILSON. Geoff.
ID No.: 3918
AU$25.00

Australian Fishing Network Melbourne,  2002, 4to,  illust, 112p.  Soft Cover. A comprehensive guide to fishing Victorias salt waters with expert tips from some of the best known anglers from the state. It features coastal positional guides, detailed maps of specific fishing sites, the species, where they are and how to catch them. Also details boat ramps and bait and tackle outlets.  Small tear to back cover otherwise in Fine condition.     

Fisherman’s Catchbook

by COLEMAN, Neville ,
ID No.: 318.
AU$20.00

Doubleday Sydney 1982, oblong 8vo Illust 96p soft cover. Designed to provide a record of an anglers personal catch with  the common name, scientific name, pronunciation, size and distribution throughout Australia. Clear of previous entries but has previous owners name on fep.- Very Good   

Australian Sea Fisheries North of 30 Degrees South

by COLEMAN, Neville.
ID No.: 4164
AU$30.00

Doubleday. Sydney 1986 reprint , 4to Illust 297p. D/J. Colour photographs of 300 species with details of family, common and scientific names, habitat, distribution, depth range, size, food, use and occurrence and special characteristics. - Very Good

An Introduction to the Deer of Australia. -With special reference to Victoria

by  BENTLEY, Arthur.    ​.   
ID No.: 7043    
AU$100.00

Hawthorn Press Melbourne, 1967 1st Edn., 4to,  Illustrated, 224pp. D/J, Foreword by M.C.Downes, Superintendent Game Management, Victorian Fisheries and Wildlife  Department.  Gives an outline of the introduction of deer into Australia before discussing in detail the Sambar, Hog, Red and Fallow Deer and continues on with other species.  This is followed by a discussion of the introduction of deer and their management in each state and the Territory and into Papua New Guinea. There are also chapters on Hunting Deer, Antlers, Deer in Captivity. Capturing up and Capturing Deer. Over 75 black and white photographs and diagrams. Name of previous owner on fep. D/j has some wear and stains.  -Fine/Good.   

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