Tamatea Dusky: Conservation and history in Fiordland's Dusky Sound - pr_1837753

Tamatea Dusky: Conservation and history in Fiordland's Dusky Sound

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The remarkable story of Tamatea/Dusky Sound, a place of considerable national resonance, of significant historic events, such as the arrival of Captain James Cook in 1773, and also where nature conservation started in New Zealand 120 years ago.

Product code: 9781988550190

ISBN 9781988550190
No. Of Pages 260
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) h280mm x w230mm
On Sale Date 21/10/2020
The fascinating history of Fiordland’s Tamatea/Dusky Sound, where Captain Cook arrived in 1773, and nature conservation first began in this country 120 years ago. Currently, Dusky is the site of one of the world’s most ambitious conservation projects, focusing on protecting such iconic birds as kakapo and kiwi.