Beautiful book on TradeMe as fundraiser

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  • #34961


    This is a 256 page hardback coffee-table book (48cm x 27cm x 3.3cm) that explores, in panoramic format, six continents and ten ecosystems celebrating Earth’s diversity of life.

    Thomas D. Mangelsen’s understanding of the natural world stems from a childhood rich in outdoor adventures. This brilliant photographer grew up exploring the Nebraska landscape with his family.

    With a foreword written by renowned primatologist and U.N. Messenger for Peace Dr. Jane Goodall, this book is a record of Earth’s last great places.

    Features stunning photographs and excerpts from his journals detailing his experience in the field and is also a quiet call to action to conserve the land and the creatures that inhabit it. His photography has also been published in leading magazines such as Audubon, National Geographic, Life, Wildlife Art and National Wildlife and featured on television programs from The Today Show and Good Morning America, to CNN’s World News and ABC’s World News Tonight with Peter Jennings. It is the product of over twenty years of panoramic work and encompasses Earth’s iconic wild places.

    As new, perfect condition although dust jacket is stretched in places.

    Kindly donated by one of our members as a fundraiser for the Moths and Butterflies NZ Trust as a fundraiser. Our organisation is incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 as a registered charitable trust, No. 1679763, with donee status, registered under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957, CC11297, the Trust is raising awareness of NZ’s butterflies and moths so they can be protected and encouraged before they become endangered; when bringing them back to our landscape would be so much more difficult. Anecdotal evidence tells us numbers are declining.

    At the close of the auction you will be asked to deposit directly into the trust’s bank account. Visit for more information.

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    Yes, we will be happy to post it to whoever wins the auction. I just don’t have the time to take it to the Post Office and calculate the cost. Will update the auction.



    Hi Jackie
    the book looks beautiful but you have it listed as pick up only. would you consider posting as you would be more likely to sell (I will bid on it).I think if you allow $10.00 for packaging and tracked postage that would cover it.

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