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A Photographic Guide to Trees of New Zealand


Fearless Falcon

by Annemarie Florian

Page Extent:32 pages
Book Size:250 x 250 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

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Pre-settlement New Zealand had many raptors, including one of the largest in the world. Now there is just one left – the Kārearea – and it is endangered. This remarkable falcon is known for its fearless hunting prowess, aerial acrobatics and fierce protection of its chicks. In words and pictures that shine from each page the characteristics of the Kārearea and the challenges it faces are revealed. Conservation initiatives invite readers to help efforts to ensure the fearless falcon has a strong future.
The superb illustrations and educational prose in Kārearea Fearless Falcon bring this spirited bird to life and reveal how it hunts for food, finds places to settle and raise its chicks as well as the numerous challenges it faces to survive.


About the Authors

Terry Fitzgibbon

Award-winner illustrator/photographer and author, Terry lives on a bush-clad farm on the beautiful northern coastline of New Zealand.Terry is passionate about nature and has always strived to ensure Aotearoa's extraordinary native wildlife and habitats survive in today's challenging world. Terry has illustrated more than 20 books - both his own and for other authors - using both traditional and digital mediums, and has exhibited his paintings and photographs in Auckland, Whangarei and New Plymouth.

Annemarie Florian

A longtime independent bookseller and former librarian, Annemarie is a writer for younger readers. Kiwi: The real story, another of her books with New Holland was the children's choice non-fiction winner in the 2013 NZ Post Children's Book Awards.