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    Urban Wildlife


    Urban areas provide many opportunities for people who live in Australia’s cities and towns to participate in environmental activities. There is an increasing focus upon conservation and ecology of ubran habitats in our parks, streets and suburban backyards.

    Urban Wildlife is for all people interested in wildlife living within urban environments – helping readers understand the many opportunities to conserve wildlife from garden skinks and birds, to frogs, fish and nightlife such as the Tawny Frogmouth and Feathertail glider. It’s 48 pages that identifies hundreds of species and what they need to survive.

    Written by Gavin Byrt. First edition 1982 (as Urban Survival), Reprinted 1988. 47 pages, A4 size.