4 edition of Walter Buller, the reluctant conservationist found in the catalog.
Walter Buller, the reluctant conservationist
|Other titles||Walter Buller.|
|LC Classifications||QL31.B93 G35 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p., 8 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||89209025|
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Writing on Buller's legacy in his biographer, Ross Galbreath, observed that 'All else might be forgotten; but "Buller's Birds", his great volumes, remain admired, coveted, and still consulted'. Further information: Ross Galbreath, Walter Buller: the reluctant conservationist, GP Books, Wellington, ; Biography of Walter Buller (DNZB).
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Contemporary green half morocco and the reluctant conservationist book boards, top edge gilt, the uncoloured frontispiece chipped and slightly cut down, mounted on a stub, a few spots and three contemporary ink stamps a signature stamp on the title page, a few preliminary spots, nonetheless a handsome crisp.
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Edward Gibson Wakefield: GARNETT. Edward Gibbon Wakefield: GARRETT, HELEN: Te Manihera â€“ The Life and Times of the Pioneer Missionary Robert Maunsell: New Zealand naturalist Walter Buller recorded that 11 Maori hunters took huia skins from forest between Manawatu Gorge and Akitio during one month in Gilbert Mair recorded eating " a splendid stew of Huia, Kaka, Pigeons & Bacon " with Buller at a bush camp in Wairarapa, Octoberafter shooting 16 huia and capturing live birds.
Walter Buller, the Reluctant Conservationist. Government Printer, Wellington. two in a book on New Zealand biodiversity and one in a seabird tick review are corrected. Seizing The Day: Perrine Moncrieff and Nature Conservation in New Zealand Article in Environment and History 9(4) November with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Robin Hodge.
Gottfried Lindauer's () reputation peaked in the first decade of the twentieth century. No other New Zealand artist had achieved a definitive monument such as the Lindauer Art Gallery on Auckland's Queen Street, opened inwhere the Māori portraits amassed by the collector and businessman Henry Partridge () were displayed to the delight of Māori visitors, tourists and.
Examples by New Zealand authors include Michael Hoare’s The Tactless Philosopher, Johann Reinhold Forster ()  and Ross Galbreath’s Walter Buller, the Reluctant Conservationist.
 Two of the authors in the above examples – Fleming and Galbreath – are, or were, biologists, although Fleming was also a distinguished geologist. Reinhold Forster ()5 and Ross Galbreath’s Walter Buller, the Reluctant Conservationist.6 Two of the authors in the above examples – Fleming and Galbreath – are, or were, biologists, although Fleming was also a distinguished geologist whose biography was written by Mary McEwen, an ecologist of specific figures.
These range from Ross Galbreath’s book-length treatment of the ornithologist Sir Walter Buller, The Reluctant Conservationistto Paul Star’s thesis, on the nineteenth-century farmer–politician Thomas Potts (and his articles in this issue and in the volume), an early champion of forest conservation, to GraemeAuthor: Michael Roche.
He was persuaded to stay longer in New Zealand by his close associate Samuel Carnell (), the leading Napier photographer well known for his portraits of Māori. 7 Carnell was assisted by New Zealand-born Walter Buller (), lawyer, art connoisseur and ornithologist, now primarily identified by his much reprinted A History or.
These range from Ross Galbreath’s book-length treatment of the ornithologist Sir Walter Buller, The Reluctant Conservationist, to Paul Star’s thesis on the nineteenth-century farmer–politician Thomas Potts (and his articles in this issue and in the volume), an early champion of forest conservation, to Graeme Wynn’s study of Herbert.
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Ed. th, R. Harvey & K. Maslen. Wellington: Victoria University Press,pp McRae, Jane. “Māori Oral Tradition Meets the Book” in A Book in the Hand: Essays on the History of the Book in New Zealand.
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