by Daniel Austin and Nick Garbutt
Madagascar Wildlife Guide – Expert information and travel advice featuring the wildlife of Madagascar, practical field tips, endemic flora and fauna, conservation. Also covering natural history, Malagasy culture, activities, species classification including lemurs, frogs and primates, when and where to visit, photography tips, birdwatching.
815 in stock
Published: 12th Nov 2014
Size: 135 X 216 mm
Number of pages: 192
About this book
Lavishly illustrated and completely updated, this fourth edition of Bradt’s Madagascar Wildlife is a celebration of the island’s extraordinary flora and fauna, 90% of which is endemic. The pace of change in Madagascar’s biodiversity is staggering, over the past decade a new species of frog has been discovered at a rate of one every six weeks, and this is the only guide to keep abreast of such scientific developments. Containing over 280 colour photographs, updated information on 22 of the country’s top parks and reserves, plus lively species descriptions, this handbook is perfect for natural history enthusiasts and travellers alike.
About the Author
Daniel Austin is the founder of the Madagascar Library and the secretary of the Anglo-Malagasy Society. Nick Garbutt is a wildlife photographer and author who has two wins in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.