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Love Birds? Read our New Ebook!

If you like birds, you will LOVE our new ebook.

The Birds ebook has landed!

Packed with over 130 stunning colour pictures and 117 pages of bird facts and information, this ebook is a must for anyone new to bird watching as ideal complementary read for our current Ornithology students. This book will give you great insight into the world of birds and is great way to gain a foundation knowledge of birds and be able to identify birds more easily.

Here are some interesting bird facts from the Birds ebook:

Frogmouths are sometimes confused with Owls, but they are not owls - despite their appearance.

The African vulture known as Ruppell's Vulture (Gyps rueppellii) has shown to fly the highest out of all birds of prey, reaching over 11,000m high.

Cranes are the largest of the gruiformes and the Sarus Crane (Grus antigone) is the tallest flying bird in the world (up to 1.8m).

More than half of the birds in the world are passerines.

Adult grebes eat their own feathers and also feed them to their young; the real reason for this behaviour in unclear, but it is believed to be to prevent injury from swallowing fish bones and/or to avoid gastric parasites, among other theories.

Ostriches are the world's largest flightless bird. They can reach speeds of over 70km/h running on land, taking strides of up to 5m.

To read a free sample, and to purchase this beautiful new ebook, please click here.

Did you know we also offer a course on birds? Click here to read the course outline of our Ornithology course.

Beautiful New Magazine Now in News Agencies

Beautiful New Magazine "Home Grown" Now for Sale in News Agencies

Check at your local newsagent for this wonderful brand new magazine. Loaded with tips and tricks to get your garden humming, it is well worth the read! This issue covers power saving hints and tips, what to plant this season, sustainability beginning at pre-school, over $3,000 worth of prizes to be won, recipes, and more!

ACS Principal John Mason is the Gardening Editor of the magazine, and our staff (who have decades of industry expertise between them) have contributed some wonderful material. Check out the profiles of some of the Home Grown writers on our staff page: Adriana Fraser, Gavin Cole, Rosemary Davies, Jade Sciascia, Maggi Brown.

Congratulations to Diploma Graduate

Congratulations to an ACS Graduate

ACS would like to congratulate Igor Dabic who has graduated with an ACS Associate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism. We wish him all the best for the future.

To find out more about the Associate Diploma, click here.

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