Written by popular author Invercargill naturalist, historian and teacher Lloyd Esler, this book tells of two great industries, whaling and sealing, which had a significant place in the history of southern New Zealand. This book draws information from many sources to tell that story. It covers as well a little of the conservation and biology of whales and seals and looks at evidence for the existence of a New Zealand otter.
152 PAGES • 240x170mm
$15.00 plus postage
– or for $100 you can purchase all eight of Lloyd Esler’s publications, including a free NZ bird identifying folding card, post free or drop-off in Invercargill – Omaui and the New River Estuary; Flax and the Flax Industry in the South; Southland Book of Records; Invercargill 150 Years; Whaling and Sealing in Southern New Zealand; Early Days in Foveaux Strait; Rabbits and Possums in New Zealand; and Jack the Whaleboy.
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