Tutira, The Story of a New Zealand Sheep Station
Herbert Guthrie-Smith, William Cronon (Introduction)
Cambridge University Press
First published in 1921, this loving acount of the ecology of New Zealand focuses on Guthrie-Smith's 40,000-sheep shearing station on the shores of Lake Tutira. He covers the geologic setting, ecology and and impact of sheep on the region. With line drawings, maps and a few period photographs.