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First published in 1986, Smithers' mammals is an authoritative and popular guide to the mammals of Southern Africa.
My LionÆs Heart tells Gareth PattersonÆs life story, a story inextricably interwoven with the plight of the lion and all wildlife in Africa. When he was born in 1963, it was estimated that perhaps four hundred thousand lions graced the continent of Africa.
The pocket guide to mammals of Southern Africa is a guide to over 100 mammal species û from big cats to mice and bats.
The book presents 50 of the most recognizable and geologically interesting sites around South Africa, including some of palaeontological or historical renown and some of mining interest.
Sasol First Field Guide to Birds of Prey of Southern Africa provides fascinating insight into the birdlife of the region. With the help of full-colour photo graphs and distribution maps, and easy-to-read text, the young adult and budding naturalist will be able to identify the more common birds of prey in southern Africa.
This adorable collection of cute canine pictures and heart warming quotes is dedicated to our lovable and faithful four-legged friends. The wag of their tails speaks a thousand words and their loyalty knows no bounds. Dog lovers everywhere will know how dogs delight and enrich our lives and that they truly are a man's best friend.
Beat about the Bush is the most comprehensive bush and field companion available. In addition, it is set in a question and user-friendly answer format. The result is an insightful reference book in a style that appeals to novices, birders, tourists, bush enthusiasts and field guides alike.
The ultimate compact, quick ID guide to southern and East African animal behaviour, and the latest in the popular series of 'quick guides' to wildlife.
Forever green initiates the reader into the hidden marvels of the plant world. Stories and pictures pay homage to the secret life of plants - from proteas, arum lilies and fynbos to aloes, vygies, medicinal plants and stoep companions.
Sasol First Field Guide to Snakes & Other Reptiles of Southern Africa provides fascinating insight into the reptiles of the region. Through full-colour photographs and distribution maps, and easy-to-read text, the beginner and budding naturalist will be able to identify the more common species found in southern Africa.
Covering Britain and Europe, this is a guide to watching whales, dolphins and porpoises in the waters. It provides an introduction to whales and whalewatching along with illustrations, identification and behaviour tips, dive sequences and distribution maps for the cetaceans of Europe. It covers Europe's major whalewatching sites.
Mark Skinner's photography reveals the uniquely beautiful variety of Cape Town, and it is required reading material for every local and foreign tourist visiting the mother city. His photographs takes the reader on a journey from the City Centre, the Malay Quarter, the Waterfront, then along the Atlantic Seaboard through to Cape Point, back along the False bay Coastline to Constantia, Kirstenbosch and Southern Suburbs. The West Coast, Stellenbosch and the Winelands are also featured ending with Hermanus, Gordons Bay and Cape Agulhas. Mark Skinner's photography is outstanding, and all the photography featured has been specially commissioned for this book.
This illustrated volume profiles more than 400 species from all continents and climates, from the greater flamingo to the snowy owl, from the golden eagle to the canary.
Although for many visitors the Kalahari evokes images of winter game drives in a vast desert of thirsty red sands, it is the capricious summer landscape that has been luring painter and photographer Robert Grogan back to this region for more than 30 years.
What's that bird? offers the budding birder an easy entry into the often bewildering world of bird identification. Simple and direct in its approach, it groups birds according to family likeness or common habitat or, occasionally, species that are likely to be confused with one another.
From time to time every horse and pony succumbs to the common range of illnesses and injuries, leaving owners with urgent questions about correct treatment.