NATUSCH, Sheila. New Zealander, b. 1926. Genres: History, Natural history, Biography. Career: Writer, illustrator, painter. Publications: (with N.S. Seaward) Stewart Island, 1951; Native Plants, 1956; Native Rock, 1959; Animals of New Zealand, 1967, rev. ed., 1999; A Bunch of Wild Orchids, 1969, rev. ed., 1999; New Zealand Mosses, 1969; Brother Wohlers: A Biography, 1969; On the Edge of the Bush: Women in Early Southland, 1976, rev. ed., 1999; Hell and High Water: A German Occupation of the Chatham Islands 1843-1910, 1977, rev. ed., 1992; The Cruise of the Acheron: Her Majesty's Steam Vessel on Survey in New Zealand Waters 1848-51, 1978; The Roaring Forties, 1978, rev. ed., 1999; Fortnight in Iceland, 1979; Wild Fare for Wilderness Foragers, 1979; Wellington with S.N., 1982, rev. ed. as Wellington Awash, 2000; A Pocketful of Pebbles, 1983; Stewart Island: A Souvenir, 1983; Southward Ho! The Search for a New Edinburgh, 1844, 1985; (with L. Chambers) Granny Gurton's Garden, 1987; William Swain- son: The Anatomy of a Nineteenth-Century Naturalist, 1987; Roy Traill of Stewart Island, 1991; An Island Called Home, 1991; The Natural World of the Traills, 1996; Ruapuke Visited, 1998; A Naturalist and a Gentleman (from Letters of Charles Traill), 1999; Out of Our Tree: Sightings of a Scat- tered Family, 2001. Address: 46 Owhiro Bay Parade, Wellington 6002, New Zealand.