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Feather and brush by Penny Olsen.

This is the second edition of a work previously published in 2002. (The first edition is out of print). Olsen described the history of Australian bird Art from the Rock Art via historical artists like Elisabeth Gould to contemporary artists like Frank Knight

"Feather and Brush, Penny Olsen, 9781486314171" Feather and Brush
 
New book or re-hash of an old one? Looking at some of the sample photos on that link, it seems to be the same Tony Tilford who, 35-odd years ago, used to specialise in photos of birds held captive in garishly-lit boxes containing bits of vegetation. I thought that era had passed ☹️
 
Birds of China

scheduled for October 2023

by Yang Liu and Chen Shuihua

 
There is a new collaboration by Joseph Forshaw and Frank Knight (this time not about parrots):

Quail, Buttonquail and Plains-wanderer in Australia and New Zealand

(might be a contender of the Whitley Award of the RZSNSW in Autumn 2023)

 
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A new book for Thylacine admirers:

Thylacine - The History, Ecology and Loss of the Tasmanian Tiger

 
New book or re-hash of an old one? Looking at some of the sample photos on that link, it seems to be the same Tony Tilford who, 35-odd years ago, used to specialise in photos of birds held captive in garishly-lit boxes containing bits of vegetation. I thought that era had passed ☹️
What a nasty comment.

This is a nice little guide for non-specialists that supersedes Tony's book of a similar title that was published about 15 years ago.

Photographs and text revised and updated throughout.
 

It's perhaps the English language version of this book?
 
The Snow leopard is the most enigmatic big cat in the World.

This summer a new book with stunning photographes will be published.

 
Tim Flannery will publish the second edition of Mammals of the South-West Pacific in June 2023

 
And finally the 4th edition of the Strahan's Mammals of Australia is on the way :
 
And finally the 4th edition of the Strahan's Mammals of Australia is on the way :

This is long overdue. I have waited so long for a publication, especially because the 3rd edition has been out of print for years.
 
Prehistoric Australasia

By: Michael Archer, Suzanne Hand, John Long, Trevor Worthy Illustrated by: Peter Schouten

 

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