Slightly off topic

Subject: Slightly off topic
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 22:49:23 +1000
Hi Mark

I very much support Chris' recommendation of Barbara Triggs' "Scats, 
Tracks...".  It includes info. on skulls and other bones and diggings as well 
as pictures of tracks and scats. 

In Victoria Littlejohn's Frogwatch tape is good for identifying frog calls in 
the field. 

But at this time of year in particular, take a local/regional indigenous flower 
book !!  

We are extremely lucky in my area of Melbourne to have two good plants books 
which cover wider matters as well: "Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt: a 
gardening guide" and the even lovelier Mornington Peninsula Field Guide to the 
Flora Fauna and Walking Tracks.   

Michael Norris
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