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by Neville Peat
Pages: 112 pages
Publisher: Imprint unknown; First Edition edition (November 1978)
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An award-wining writer travels through the New Zealand high country. An unusual summons from an old, itinerant acquaintance - known as the Lark - piques author Neville Peat's curiosity.
An award-wining writer travels through the New Zealand high country. The invitation to meet in the mountains around Glenorchy is timely: he's keen to head into the high country to investigate recent reports of sightings of the near-extinct kokako. The South Island high country has an allure all its own.
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Neville Douglas Peat MNZM (born 1947) is a New Zealand author and photographer, based at Broad Bay on the Otago Peninsula. He specialises in topics about natural history, notably that of southern New Zealand and New Zealand's subantarctic islands. He has written over 40 titles since the late 1970s and has been writing full-time since 1986.
Author Neville Peat draws us into the hurricane that is Sir Tim Wallis. Neville Peat is an award-winning author and photographer of over 30 books, covering themes of geography, biography, natural history and the environment
Author Neville Peat draws us into the hurricane that is Sir Tim Wallis. Neville Peat is an award-winning author and photographer of over 30 books, covering themes of geography, biography, natural history and the environment. His biographies include the bestselling Hurricane Tim: The Story of Sir Tim Wallis. In the late 1970s he spent two summers at Scott Base, New Zealand's Antarctica station on Ross Island, as a journalist and photographer, and has written five books on Antarctic themes.
Hurricane Tim: The Story Of Sir Tim Wallis by. Neville Peat. Seabird Genius: The Story of . Richdale, The Royal Albatross, and the yellow-eyed penguin.
Neville Peat has written many books on New Zealand natural history and other subjects, including the prize-winning Wild series with Brian Patrick. His most recent book is Hurricane Tim: The Story of Sir Tim Wallis. Paperback: 176 pages. Publisher: Otago University Press (January 1, 2006).
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