|Author:||Brian Jarvi; Todd Wilkinson (Contribution by); Robert Bateman (Introduction by)|
Not since the likes of Robert Bateman has there been a masterpiece such as African Menagerie--one of the largest and most ambitious paintings in the history of wildlife art--here reproduced in exquisite detail in this oversize volume with gatefolds.
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Carve out some special time for you and your dog. No matter how much we love them, our time is often what our dogs don't get heaps and heaps of. Trudging around the same block over and over is not what builds a closer relationship with your dog - but changing it up will. Try... read more
Rabbits are the third-most popular pet in the United States and have also earned significant farming and commercial followings: fiber enthusiasts love angora for its light-weight warmth, and chefs are serving up increasing amounts of their high-protein, low-fat meat. In Rabbit Breeds... read more
When Olympic Gold Medalist William Steinkraus wanted his sons to learn to ride, he took them to Judy Richter. It was Judy Richter who matched Norman Dello Joio with the right horse and sent them on to the highest levels of Grand Prix. Equestrians describe Richter as a "quiet giant"... read more
These perfectly imperfect dogs have gentle lessons for us all ... Meet special little Vegemite with the permanent wink; Bali Pip, the playful pup who lost her fur; Raul, who takes partial paralysis in his stride; and many more, all seen thro... read more
Meet Molly Polly, the diabetes alert dog whose round-the-clock job is to keep her two young owners healthy; Bailey, the Assistant Director of Seagulls, who keeps the pesky birds away from the heritage vessels at the Australian National Maritime Museum; and Daisy, the Collie mix who?s... read more
|Author:||Emmanuelle Brengard; Sabine Stuewer (Photographer)|
An intimate view into horses' true nature.
This gorgeous book presents the noble and powerful horse in spellbinding photographs, revealing text, and extended captions. Sabine Stuewer has been observing horses for years -- when they are alone and in groups. Her im... read more
Horses, just horses--sans riders, saddles, and bridles--unless they're in a stall, it's not something you see anymore. But this is precisely what Tony Stromberg, equine photographer extraordinaire, gives us. He photographs these graceful animals in a pure and natural way that no other photo... read more
The Australian Geographic Birdwatcher’s journal provides a practical, pocket-sized journal for all your bird observations.
Australia's wild brumbies are slaughtered in their thousands every year. In this heart-wrenching read, Vicki, Amanda and Kelly Wilson travel to the Snowy Mountains to tame wild horses rescued from the annual Brumby cull. Once again the Wilson Sisters show that with kindne... read more
This invaluable companion to The Mammals of Australia is intended to be taken out into the field and used in conjunction with the more comprehensive volume. Genuinely practical in the outdoors, the book includes accounts of 389 species and newly developed, compr... read more