Land for Wildlife has several books available for sale, which you can obtain by contacting us directly or popping into our stall at any of the advertised events.
The Alice Springs Bush Regeneration Handbook
by Andy Vinter
This book will be useful to home gardeners, rural block landholders, and those working on public parks or reserves in central Australia, typically on a scale where control can be feasible but may require a strategic approach to be successful.
The first part of this book provides information on how to implement a Buffel Grass control strategy, with some practical advice on treatment methods and getting started.
The second part of the book is a native plant identification guide designed to help recognise the plants that regenerate after rain. The 150 plants featured are local to the Alice Springs region, and are mainly grasses and herbs.
For more information, contact the author: email@example.com
Vinter, A (2012). The Alice Springs Bush Regeneration Handbook. Land for Wildlife and Garden for Wildlife, Alice Springs NT.
Reptiles and Frogs of Alice Springs
Revised Edition 2016
by Nic Gambold and Deborah Metters
A report funded by the Alice Springs Land for Wildlife program with support from the Commonwealth Government’s Natural Heritage Trust and the Alice Springs Town Council.
This booklet aims to assist landholders and interested individuals in the basic identification of reptiles and frogs that may occur in and around Alice Springs. Every reptile and frog known to occur within a 50 kilometres radius of Alice Springs has been included, based on confirmed records from the Parks and Wildlife Commission NT Fauna Atlas for the Alice Springs municipality and personal observations by Nic Gambold, Ray Lloyd, Greg Fyfe, Peter Comber, Steve McAlpin, and Mike Gillam. Habitat and dietary preferences are discussed to assist landholders in identifying and protecting micro-habitats that may occur on private properties.
For more information, contact the author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gambold, N. & Metters, D. (2016). The Reptiles and Frogs of Alice Springs. Land for Wildlife and Garden for Wildlife, Alice Springs NT.
Native Plants for Central Australian Gardens
by Greening Australia
Featuring over 100 spectacular arid region plants and helpful gardening tips and advice this book will help gardeners and landscapers establish their own Central Australian native gardens. The local native plants featured will survive with little water or fertiliser, they are attractive and will bring wildlife into your garden.
Greening Australia (2007). Native Plants for Central Australian Gardens. Greening Australia, Alice Springs NT.