A Territory of Birds by Michael Sharland. Published in 1964. As well as writing vividly of his quest for rare birds, Michael Sharland is interested in people and places. Even when he is searching for the rare night parrot of Central Australia he gives the reader a striking picture of the country in which he hopes to find it, and the people who live there.
Common Australian Birds of Towns & Gardens. By Graeme Chapman. Published Provides the amateur bird-watcher and student with an excellent introductory guide to the study of Australian birds and their habits.
Australian Birds in Colour by Keith Hindwood. First published in 1966. Eleven accomplished photographers have contributed outstanding examples of their skill to this book. Keith Hindwood writes about the birds illustrated and about Australian bird-life in general. The resulting combination of excellent pictures and informative text forms a colourful and attractive volume.
Bird Wonders of Australia by A. This is the fourth edition, revised and enlarged - published in This remarkable book deals informally and delightfully with some of the most curious and most charming birds in Australia.
Learning about Australian Birds by Rosemary Balmford. Published in 1980. This book has been written for all those who would like to find out more about Australian birds, common or rare, native or introduced, in the city or the country. There is a wealth of practical information on how and where to find birds and how to study them.