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  • Wedge-tailed Eagleby Penny Olsen

    CSIRO Publishing 2005; US$ 17.95

    Soar with the eagles in this fascinating introduction to the history, biology and conservation of these majestic birds. more...

  • Cayley and Sonby Penny Olsen

    National Library of Australia 2013; US$ 29.99

    The classic field guide What Bird Is That? has been known to bird enthusiasts throughout Australia for decades, ever since it was first published in 1931. It was written and illustrated by Neville William Cayley (1886-1950), son of artist Neville Henry Cayley (1854-1903) who, before him, had also had dreams of publishing a ‘big bird book’—a... more...

  • A Botanical Lifeby Penny Olsen

    National Library of Australia 2009; US$ 19.99

    Robert David Fitzgerald (1830-1892) was a successful colonial surveyor who had arrived in Australia in 1856 as a young Irish immigrant of 25. He was employed by the Lands Department in New South Wales and, although he was an exemplary public servant, he was also one of the last of the Victorian-era gentlemen scientists: an avid naturalist, ornithologist... more...

  • Collecting Ladiesby Penny Olsen

    National Library of Australia 2013; US$ 23.99

    Around 1870, Ferdinand von Mueller, the greatest Australian botanist of the nineteenth century, began to advertise in several newspapers across Australia for ‘lady’ plant collectors. This was at a time when women typically had little recourse to science, or contact with men outside their circle of friends, making Mueller’s network of... more...

  • Flocks of Colourby Penny Olsen

    National Library of Australia 2012; US$ 14.99

    What name could be a more apt description of Australia than ‘The Land of Parrots’, a name inspired by late sixteenth-century maps showing a southern region labelled ‘Psittacorum regio’? This beautiful book takes a close look at parrots in Australia, from the first published illustration of an Australian parrot—a Rainbow Lorikeet... more...

  • Stray Feathersby Leo Joseph; Penny Olsen AM

    CSIRO Publishing 2011; US$ 66.95

    Superbly illustrated with black and white drawings of a range of birds, Stray Feathers showcases some of the remarkable adaptations of Australian birds. more...

  • Have you seen my Egg?by Penny Olsen

    National Library of Australia 2009; US$ 4.99

    Eddy Emu has lost one of his eggs. He travels far and wide, looking for it. Has Lizzie Lizard seen it? Has Susie Spider found it? Is it among Connie Crocodile’s eggs? Can Pip and Poppy Penguin help him? Join Eddy on his search and meet his friends. See all their different eggs and then lift the flap to meet the babies that have just hatched. And,... more...

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