The Guide to Victorian Wildlife by Angus McNab – Signed Editions


The Guide to Victorian Wildlife is the only comprehensive guide
to identifying all 662 species of amphibians, reptiles, mammals,
and birds that inhabit Victoria and its territorial waters,
including five species that occur nowhere else.
Detailed and user-friendly accounts of each species include
physical descriptions, distribution maps, details on where and
when to see each species, preferred habitat types, elevational
ranges, similar species and how to tell them apart, plus
notes on subspecies, conservation status, and ecology.
Over 1,700 images help identify each species, including images
of males, females, juveniles, a range of color morphs, and variations in subspecies.
Details on the 199 vagrants and visitors that have been recorded within Victoria and its territorial waters are included, with photographs depicting a range of these species. Further, information on 33 extinct species, 22 escapee and invading species, and 23 potentially occurring species are included for full coverage of the wildlife of Victoria.
Angus McNab, MSc (Zoology) has always been fascinated by reptiles and amphibians, and enthusiastic university friends broadened his interests to include mammals and birds. With over seventeen years’ experience as a wildlife ecologist, Angus has extensive knowledge of Australian wildlife. Born and raised in Victoria his passion for nature and wildlife photography taken him throughout Victoria where he gained an understanding of the wildlife described throughout this guide.
Angus McNab is a resident of Moggs Creek, just south of the Aireys Inlet township.