The ANGAIR member newsletter is emailed or posted to members each month. The aim of the newsletter is to keep people informed about ANGAIR activities, local flora and fauna and conservation issues relevant to our area.
NB: Please make sure that you send this email from the email address to which you wish to have the newsletter sent.
ANGAIR has for sale, books, cards and brochures about indigenous flora and fauna. They are available from the ANGAIR Natural History Centre or by mail order. All profits are used for land conservation purposes.
Flowers of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet
ANGAIR Margaret MacDonald (Editor)
$Aus20.00 180pp colour
This flower guide contains photographs and descriptions of over 300 of the most commonly seen species
Anglesea – A Natural History Study
A comprehensive introduction to the district, particularly the natural environment and its flora and fauna, local reserves and walking tracks. Includes ANGAIR Indigenous Plant List (see below)
ANGAIR Indigenous Plant List
Comprehensive list of indigenous plants found in the Anglesea-Aireys Inlet district with scientific and common names, month of flowering and habitat
NEW EDITION: Orchids of the Anglesea District: A Field Guide
Everett Foster & Margaret MacDonald
colour photographs with detailed descriptions to assist identification in the field
Some Thoughts on Creating a Bushland Garden
16pp b&w with advice on creating and maintaining an indigenous gardens
Plants suitable for Growing in the Surf Coast Shire
Brochure with colour photographs and descriptions of over 50 indigenous plants suitable for use in local gardens.
Environmental Weeds: Invaders of our Surf Coast
Free - Click to download PDF version (3.2 MB)
Descriptions and methods of control of introduced plants known to cause problems in areas of natural vegetation. Essential for gardeners in the area
Indigenous Wildlife of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet
Brochure with colour photographs of over 100 commonly seen species of indigenous birds, mammals reptiles and butterflies
Fungi of the Surf Coast Shire
Free - Click to download PDF version
An introduction to the fascinating world of fungi with over 100 colour photographs