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The nestbox book / compiled by Gould Group
Bib ID 4281264
Format BookBook
Edition New ed. 
Description Melbourne, Vic. : Wilkinson Publishing, c2008 
80 p. : col. ill., maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9781921332265
Summary

"Practical guide to help people through the process of selecting, constructing, installing and maintaining a selection of nestboxes."--Provided by publisher.

Notes

Includes index.

Previously published by Gould League of Victoria in 1997.

Bibliography: p. 80.

Subjects Birdhouses -- Australia -- Design and construction.  |  Mammals -- Housing -- Design and construction.  |  Wildlife attracting -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Gould Group
Available From Wilkinson Publishing, Level 4, 2 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000 

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