Birding and nature magazines to go

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Subject: Birding and nature magazines to go
From: Julian Teh via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2021 06:19:16 +0000
Hi all, 

I’m doing some spring cleaning and have reached my birding/natural history magazine collection. Time for someone else to have a read!

I have the following titles (plus quite a few avicultural magazines for those with that interest - shoot me an email):

Australian Natural History, old journal of the Australian Museum. Absolutely fantastic, quality writing, illustrations and photographs. 12 issues, $45

Nature Australia (rebranded successor to Australian Natural History, published by the Australian Museum and continuing their outstanding quality of science communication, natural history writing and photography). 31 issues, $125

The Bird Observer - 7 assorted issues, $15

Wingspan - 56 assorted issues, including several duplicates. $90

Australian Birdlife - 17 assorted issues, some duplicates, $35

World Birdwatch - 3 issues, $5

All in readable condition, most show some level of wear and tear, especially the older issues of any given series as you’d expect. One of the Wingspans has a rip in the front cover. Happy to provide further/more specific details and photographs. 

Located in higgins.


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