Southern African Wildlife

by Mike Unwin

Southern African Wildlife

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  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781841623474
  • Size: 135mm x 216mm
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About this book

Wildlife is southern Africa's number one visitor attraction. This handy, illustrated book combines field guide and travel guide, explaining where and when to find wildlife and how to identify it. Author Mike Unwin covers everything from the 'Big Five' to dung beetles to sandgrouse, and explores the wildlife hotspots of seven countries, offering insights into animal behaviour and up-to-date conservation perspectives. From superb-value Kruger safaris to Cape Town and its vineyards to malaria-free safaris on South Africa's garden route, southern Africa has it all. Equally useful to both first-timer and serious naturalist, this Bradt guide is also the perfect safari souvenir.

About the author

Mike Unwin divides his time between editing natural history books, writing, photography and illustration. He is author of Bradt's 100 Bizarre Animals and co-author of 100 Animals To See Before They Die.

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'A book like this is a must if you are going on safari. It's an invaluable guide.'
Abroad Magazine

'A highly focused view of the best wildlife.'
SX Magazine

'This weighty, full-colour guide is unequalled in its sheer level of detail and its readability'.
Travel Africa
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Contents

Impressions

Introduction

Habitats

Mammals

Birds

Reptiles and amphibians

Invertebrates

Tracks and signs

Making the most of it
Where to go

Further reading/Bibliography

Index