Royal Society of New Zealand - offer for members - book, calendar, and membership subscriptions
An offer to members of the Royal Society of New Zealand - Kakapo and
calendars in time for Christmas, and member subscriptions for Royal
We’re delighted to be able to offer members the opportunity to purchase a
colourful desk calendar for 2012, to catch up with ‘Kakapo’ (at a great
discounted price) over the summer break, or to take up an individual
subscription to one or more of the Royal Society of New Zealand Journals.
Royal Society of New Zealand Journals - Individual subscriptions for
members only [cid:image001.jpg@01CCA3AC.7D7517F0]Member subscriptions are
now available for the Royal Society of New Zealand science Journals.
Prices for 2012 subscriptions remain unchanged from 2011.
Online only subscription: $165 per journal Hard copy subscription
(includes complimentary online subscription): $185 per journal
If you’d like to purchase an individual subscription to one or more of the
Journals, see the details on the [cid:image008.jpg@01CCA3AD.0A166010]
of our website.
2012 Royal Society of New Zealand desk calendar ‘A long colourful history
and a bright future’
Let the Royal Society of New Zealand brighten your desk all year long.
Each month features a colourful photograph and a quote, celebrating and
profiling one of the many strands of the Society, our national academy of
This spiral-bound, A5-sized 2012 calendar is freestanding, shows a month
per opening, and has New Zealand holidays marked.
Purchase a 2012 Royal Society of New Zealand desk calendar for $15.
Kakapo: Rescued from the Brink of Extinction New Zealand’s rarest parrot,
the kakapo, is the engaging subject of the winning book for the 2011 Royal
Society of New Zealand Science Book
. ‘Kakapo - Rescued from the Brink of Extinction’, written by
broadcaster and zoologist Alison Ballance and
[cid:image009.jpg@01CCA3AD.0A166010] published by Craig Potton Publishing,
tells the story of how one of New Zealand’s most charismatic but
endangered birds was saved from possible extinction through the
efforts of a dedicated group of people. The judges of the Science Book
Prize described the book as being written with ‘clarity and humour’.
“Along the way, each bird becomes a character in his or her saga, so the
reader rejoices with the hatching of every egg and is saddened by the
passing of every old kakapo.”
The publisher advises that they have limited stock remaining, and they
won’t be reprinting it in hardback - so this may be your last opportunity
to buy this wonderful book in hardback. And if further incentive is
needed, we’ve enticed the author to sign the copies you order.
Purchase ‘Kakapo: Rescued from the Brink of Extinction’ (RRP $49.95) at
20% discount, for just $40.
To place an order for ‘Kakapo’ or calendars, simply fill in the form
attached, and return it by post, or by email to
XMAS BOOKS in the subject line. Or, you can follow this
website to order online (where you’ll be prompted for your member login -
contact me if you need a reminder). Postage on all orders shipped to a New
Zealand address is included in the price. International postage will be
added to orders shipped outside New Zealand (please contact
details). This offer is valid for orders received on or before 2nd
December 2011. Calendars will be shipped after 18th November 2011.
To purchase a journal subscription online, go directly to our journal
Please feel free to contact me for more information on this offer to our
Membership Support Officer
The Royal Society of New Zealand
DDI: +64 4 470 5759
4 Halswell Street, Thorndon, PO Box 598, Wellington 6140, New Zealand
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