Author(s): Neville Peat
There is a new presence on New Zealand's southern coast. Neville Peat, one of New Zealand's finest observers of the natural world, takes the reader on a journey from Otago to the subantarctic and follows the life and migration of a sea lion.
Neville Peat is fascinated by wild and remote environments, dynamic landscapes and unique fauna and flora. He has explored much of New Zealand and the South Pacific, from the far-flung tropical atolls of Tokelau, to the snow and ice of the Ross Dependency, Antarctica. Neville is the author of over 30 books: titles that span a quarter of a century. Neville has won a number of awards and fellowships - the most recent being the 2007 Creative New Zealand Michael King Writers' Fellowship. He is the author of the bestselling biography, Hurricane Tim: The Story of Sir Tim Wallis.