HANZAB 4 pre pub offer

Subject: HANZAB 4 pre pub offer
From: Hugo Phillipps <>
Date: Fri, 06 Nov 1998 16:55:28
Hi everybody.  Just passing on a message from the HANZAB team:


The Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds (HANZAB) is
widely recognized as one of the most important scientific natural history
publications ever produced in Australia,  and is established as the most
comprehensive and reliable source of information on the exceptionally rich
diversity of birdlife in our region.   The series includes colour plates
showing the full range of plumages for every species,  which,  together
with detailed descriptions,  forms a unique resource for field
identification and taxonomic studies.

Volume 4 (Parrots to Dollarbird) is the last,  and possibly the most
spectacular,  of the volumes which make up the non-passerine component of
HANZAB.   This volume includes all of the cockatoo and parrot species,  the
kingfishers, owls, frogmouths and nightjars,  in addition to the cuckoos
and swifts.

As HANZAB builds to a complete coverage of all our bird species,  no
serious ornithologist,  ecologist or natural historian can afford to be
without their own set.

Volume 4 of HANZAB will be published during March 1999.   Birds Australia
is now offering this volume at the special pre-publication price of $295,
or all four volumes for $1250.

The Bird Shop
Birds Australia
Ph:  (03) 9882 2622
Fax:  (03) 9882 2677

Hugo Phillipps,
Birds Australia Conservation & Liaison,
Australian Bird Research Centre,
415 Riversdale Road,
Hawthorn East, VIC 3123, Australia.
Tel: (03) 9882 2622. Fax: (03) 9882 2677.
O/s: +61 3 9882 2622. Fax: +61 3 9882 2677.
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