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Tribal lands to national park / text: Mary J. Chandler ; photographs: L.G. Chandler
Bib ID 3041970
Format BookBook
Author
Chandler, Mary J
 
Description [Red Cliffs, Vic.] : M.J. Chandler, 1980 
98 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0959545913
Summary

The Hattah/Kulkyne National Park lies in the far north west of Victoria about 80 kilometres south of Mildura. It is a vast area of lakes and quiet water holes, giant river gums, Mallee scrub and masses of wildflowers, with an abundance of birdlife and animals. It is from this land of striking contasts that author Mary Chandler has drawn a selection of photographs taken by her father, the late Les Chandler. This book beautifully portrays the intircacies of the bushland, the diversity of flora and fauna, and shows why Les Chandler believed so passionately that this place should be saved from exploitation and preserved for our children and for their children as "an oasis of peace." (inside cover.)

Notes

Available from Mrs. M.J. Chandler, P.O. Box 284, Red Cliffs, Vic. 3496.

Subjects National parks. Victoria. Hattah/Kulkyne National Park. Organisms. Illustrations.  |  Natural history -- Victoria -- Hattah-Kulkyne National Park -- Pictorial works.  |  Sites - Middens.  |  Environment - Lakes and rivers.  |  Environment - Conservation - Conservation areas.  |  Sites - Scarred trees - Canoe trees.  |  Environment - Biodiversity - Plants.  |  Environment - Biodiversity - Animals.  |  Hattah-Kulkyne National Park (Vic.) -- Pictorial works  |  Hattah / Kulkyne (NW Vic SI54-11)
Other authors/contributors Chandler, L. G. (Les G.), 1888-1980
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520 0 |aThe Hattah/Kulkyne National Park lies in the far north west of Victoria about 80 kilometres south of Mildura. It is a vast area of lakes and quiet water holes, giant river gums, Mallee scrub and masses of wildflowers, with an abundance of birdlife and animals. It is from this land of striking contasts that author Mary Chandler has drawn a selection of photographs taken by her father, the late Les Chandler. This book beautifully portrays the intircacies of the bushland, the diversity of flora and fauna, and shows why Les Chandler believed so passionately that this place should be saved from exploitation and preserved for our children and for their children as "an oasis of peace." (inside cover.)
650 7 |aNational parks. Victoria. Hattah/Kulkyne National Park. Organisms. Illustrations.|2precis.
650 0 |aNatural history|zVictoria|zHattah-Kulkyne National Park|xPictorial works.
650 7 |aSites - Middens.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aEnvironment - Lakes and rivers.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aEnvironment - Conservation - Conservation areas.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aSites - Scarred trees - Canoe trees.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aEnvironment - Biodiversity - Plants.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aEnvironment - Biodiversity - Animals.|2aiatsiss
651 0 |aHattah-Kulkyne National Park (Vic.)|xPictorial works
651 7 |aHattah / Kulkyne (NW Vic SI54-11)|2aiatsisp
700 1 |aChandler, L. G.|q(Les G.),|d1888-1980.
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