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Rod Morris

Rod used to work for TVNZ's Natural History unit, but is currently working on extending his 100,000+ picture library.

Selected bibliography:
  • In the Garden: Odd and Interesting Facts About the Insects and Animals in your Garden text by Donna Bryant (Hodder & Stoughton in association with TVNZ Enterprises 1991).
  • Over the Fence: Odd and Interesting Facts About the Insects and Animals in Paddocks and Open Spaces text by Donna Bryant (Hodder & Stoughton 1992).
  • In the Bush: Odd and Interesting Facts About the Insects and Animals in the New Zealand Bush text by Donna Bryant (Hodder & Stoughton 1993).
  • New Zealand Weta text by George Gibbs, photographs with George Gibbs (Reed 1998).
  • Collins Field Guide to New Zealand Wildlife text by Terence Lindsey (HarperCollins 2000).
  • Weta text by John Lockyer (Reed 2000).
  • Kiwi text by John Lockyer (Reed 2000).
  • Kea text by John Lockyer (Reed 2001).
  • Kiwi text by Jenny Jones (Reed 2002).
  • Life-Size Guide to New Zealand Birds (Random House 2002).
  • Lizards text by Jenny Jones (Reed 2002).
  • Weta: A Knight in Shining Armour text by Joy Cowley (Scholastic 2002).
  • Weta text by George Gibbs (Reed 2003).
  • Kakapo text by Jenny Jones (Reed 2003).
  • Kea text by Natasha Fijn (Reed 2003).
  • Tuatara text by Brian O'Flaherty (Reed 2003).
  • Real-Size Guide to New Zealand Birds (Random House 2004).
  • Takahe text by Jenny Jones (Reed 2005).
  • Pukeko text by Natasha Fijn (Reed 2005).
  • Filthy Flies and Other Bad Bugs text by Rachael Goddard (Reed 2005).
  • Kakapo (Reed 2006).
  • Draw New Zealand Birds: A Step-by-step Guide text by Heather Arnold (Reed 2007).
  • Nic's New Zealand Nature: Invaders text by Nic Vallance (New Holland 2009).
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