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Australia An Ecotraveller's Guide
This definitive ecotravel guide shows wilderness-hunters where to find the best in Australia’s World Heritage sites. This definitive nature guide helps readers relax and discover more from ecolodges and green accommodations in key destinations. Nature travelers “get a lot more out of a trip if [they] read this first.” Go to the South West flower center to enjoy beautiful flowering Banksia flowers that "spike" their nectar with essential amino-acids so pollinators have all they need. Check out the thorny devil in the Red Center around Uluru, a reptile that slurps dew from its feet into the corners of its mouth through microscopic surface aqueducts. Spend time in the Top End to watch gorgeous bird species whose older siblings put off breeding during lean years to raise and feed their brothers and sisters. Walk the rainforests to discover ant-plants in tropical Queensland that have become entirely dependent for an exchange of nutrients between two kingdoms. This book is designed
Title: Australia An Ecotraveller's Guide
Publisher: Interlink Publishing Group, 2004
Pages: 290
Photos: 490
Binding: Paperback
Availablity: not available


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Many Australian plants can be successfully grown as Bonsai specimens? Banksia grandis, Brachychitons, Buckinghamia, many Callistemons and many Leptospermums See our custom plant list for more suggestions.

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