Wild Rivers  Exploring the Natural History of the Central South Island




Wild Dunedin

WILD RIVERS – Exploring the Natural History of the Central South Island

Publisher: University of Otago Press 2000


Pages: 144

Available: New

Price: NZ$ 50.00

From gravel sea shores to the icy main divide of the Southern Alps, and from the magnificent braided rivers of the Waitaki catchment north to the Rangitata’s braided rivers, this book describes the natural history of a large and spectacular region. It covers the Aoraki/Mount Cook area and the ranges, lakes, rivers and valley floors all the way east to the Pacific Ocean and the world-renowned Moeraki Boulders.


‘. . . more than 200 colour photographs, the most detailed natural history account of this area.’
Oamaru Mail

‘. . . some of the best examples of braided rivers in the world . . . chock-full of interesting facts and figures.’
New Zealand Wilderness


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