Subantarctic New Zealand  A Rare Heritage




Wild Dunedin

Subantarctic New Zealand – A Rare Heritage

Publisher: Department of Conservation, Te Papa Atawhai

Subantarctic New Zealand

Pages: 96

Available: New, Revised edition 2006

Price: NZ$ 35.00

 A comprehensive guide to the five remote island groups of the New Zealand subantarctic zone and the special natural character that has earned them World Heritage status. Geology, flora and fauna, conservation efforts, scientific studies and human endeavour in these ‘albatross latitudes’ are all reported on and illustrated – the fullest coverage of these islands since Conon Fraser’s landmark Beyond the Roaring Forties.

Revised edition 2006-12-03

This second edition of Subantarctic New Zealand reports on the extraordinary resurgence of endemic fauna and flora on Campbell Island as a result of rat eradication on the island.


 ‘. . . The book’s pictures are often awesome and/or spectacular . . . Every Kiwi with an inkling for the outdoors should have one, either as a reference or for pure pleasure.’
Taranaki Daily News


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