- Field Guide to the Birds of the ACT
- Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT
- Field Guide to the Butterflies of the Australian Capital Territory
- Field Guide to the Reptiles & Frogs of the ACT
- Field Guide to the Orchids of the ACT
- Eyes or No Eyes: A Tribute to Nancy T Burbidge
- Namadgi: A National Park for the National Capital
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Field Guide to the Birds of the ACTAuthor: McComas Taylor, Illustrations by Nicolas Day.
First published 1993, second edition 2013. ISBN 978-0-9802854-7-5
Recommended Retail Price $27.50 - Members' Price at the NPA Inc. $22.50
96 pages, 10.5 X 21 cm, a size to fit in shirt or jacket pocket. Produced with perfect binding.
Birds seen in the ACT are described briefly together with colour illustrations and icons to indicate status, breeding, seasons when present, habitat and size. There are notes on how to use the field guide, descriptions of habitat types, a map with favourite bird watching locations, tips for better bird watching and a species list of common and scientific names.
Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT
Authors: Laurie Adams, Roger Farrow, John Hook, Peter Ormay and Andrew Slee
Illustrations by Betsy Jane Osborne, Christine Payne and Maria Boreham.
Recommended Retail Price $27.50 - Members' Price at the NPA Inc. $22.00
What are the trees growing in the park near your house, on Black Mountain or down by the lake? Trees put the bush into the bush capital. This book describes trees indigenous to the Australian Capital Territory. From Snow Gums high in the Brindabellas to Apple Box in the disappearing woodlands and Black Cypress by the Murrumbidgee River, they are all here. Have you ever wondered at the difference between a Red Gum and a Red Box? This book can tell you. You can identify trees easily with: colour photographs, botanical drawings, location tips, thumbnail maps for less common trees, a key for determining the species.
Field Guide to the Butterflies of the Australian Capital Territory
Author Suzi Bond, with Steve Holliday and John Stein.
Published in 2016. ISBN 978-0-9802854-8-2
Recommended Retail Price $30 - Members' Price at the NPA Inc. $25.00
232 pages, 14.5 x 21 cm, small enough to take with you into the bush.
The 87 butterflies known to inhabit or visit the ACT, each stage of their life cycle where known, their size, flight and behaviour, similar species, status and distribution maps, preferred habitat, larval food plants and life cycle are described and illustrated with photographs. This guide will help you differentiate between moths and butterflies and enable you to identify any butterfly species you are likely to see in the ACT and nearby regions.
Field Guide to the Reptiles & Frogs of the Australian Capital Territory
Author: Ross Bennett.
Photographs by Ross Bennett, Don Dencio, David Hunter, Robert Jenkins, Will Osborne and John Wombey.
Recommended Retail Price $27.50 - Members Price at the NPA Inc. $22.00
88 pages, 15 x 21 cm, produced with perfect binding.
The book combines concise descriptions with superb photography to allow accurate identification of all fifty-two reptiles and fifteen frogs found in the region. Additional information describes their distribution and gives an insight into their private and often complex life histories. This book is an essential addition to the library, glovebox or backpack of anyone who has an opportunity to explore the world of reptiles and frogs, from Canberra's suburban gardens to the peaks of the Brindabella Ranges.
Field Guide to the Orchids of the Australian Capital Territory
Author: David L. Jones.
Original drawings by David L. Jones, digital enhancement of drawings by Jean Egan, principal photographer Tony Wood.
Recommended Retail Price $30.00 - Members Price at the NPA Inc. $25.00
288 pages, 21x12 cm, produced with perfect binding.
Principal author David Jones is a respected authority on Australian orchids. He has made a special study of the orchids of the local region, describing many new species.This book contains excellent colour photos, large botanical illustrations and full descriptions of the 121 species found in the ACT.
This publication is a tribute to Nancy’s dedication and to all the volunteers who have contributed to NPA ACT during its 50 years. It is also a tribute to the beautiful and varied native plants of the ACT.
Published in 2010. ISBN 978-0-9802854-4-4
Recommended Retail Price $30.00 - - Members Price at the NPA Inc. $25.00
Namadgi: A National Park for the National Capital
Contributors: Christine Goonrey, Clive Hurlstone, Max Lawrence, Sonja Lenz,Kevin McCue, Adrienne Nicholson.
Recommended Retail Price $15.00 - - Members' Price at the NPA Inc. $10.00
92 pages, 29 x 24 cm, a size to fit on every coffee-table. Produced with perfect binding.
A glossy book featuring some great photography produced almost exclusively by NPA members.