By: Peter Ryan
96 pages, 90 col photos, 15 b/w illus, 10 col maps
Describes tricky identification problems, aspects of sea and night birding and the ways in which amateur birders help to make birds the best studied group of animals in the world. Brief descriptions of Southern African habitats include a selection of top birding spots for each area.
New edition published under the title "Sasol Birdwatching in Southern Africa" (2006)
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