By Ted Wnorowski,Alex Wnorowski
The e-book is split into areas together with higher Sydney, Hawkesbury, Hunter quarter, Illawarra, Southern Highlands, South-East NSW, Mid North Coast, Northern Rivers, Western Slopes and Tablelands, Riverina sector, crucial West NSW, some distance West NSW and Australian Capital Territory. The booklet is richly illustrated with images of birds and chicken habitats.
Tadeusz and Aleksandra Wnorowski have been either born and trained in Poland. they've been living in Australia for the final 10 years and formerly lived and labored in New Zealand and South Africa. Tadeusz holds a PhD measure in common Sciences and Alex has a MSc measure in Biology. either have lately retired early from their winning paintings existence to pay attention to booklet writing. except traveling the realm and birdwatching at each attainable chance (Tadeusz is a professional birdwatcher), they're skilled natural world carers with the NSW natural world details, Rescue and schooling companies (WIRES).
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