Author(s): Katherine Tozer
Tales from the Back Country is a 62 page coffee table book filled with photos of iconic New Zealand back country scenery. The scenery is interspersed with true stories of farm dogs and life in the back country, related by high country shepherds, musterers, drovers and farmers from around New Zealand. "A compilation of working dog stories from some wonderful men and women who have carved out a living in New Zealand’s remote but beautiful and rugged landscape. The working dog is an integral part of their lives; they are indispensible"--Front cover flap.
Katherine has a PhD in agricultural science and works as a pasture research scientist. Katherine and her husband, Cambridge GP Dr Peter Tribe, have a shared passion for the natural beauty of New Zealand and Katherine's skill behind a camera has led to this wonderful book. This couple also share a passion for helping others
Thornicroft Station / Barry and Pam Hobbs Beaumont Station / Alan and Molly Parker Lauder Station / Grant Calder Nine Mile Station / Gordon and Spin Lucas Ben Avon Station / Jim and Mary Ann MorrisMt Algidus Station / Jim Morris Ben Omar Station / Ginger Anderson Glentanner Station / Dick Carmichael Erewhon Station / Arthur and Freda Urquhart Awapiri Station / Graham and Bev Black Waikato drover / Peter Bunker Waikato Stockman / Allen and Margaret Carroll Kiwi conservation / Roy and Annette Dench. View Holdings in the New Zealand Libraries' catalogue ...in a new