By: Brian Jackman
224 pages, B/w illus
Brian Jackman is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and is known for his evocative prose and his life-long passion for wildlife and eco-tourism, which has taken him all over the world. This collection about his encounters from all around the globe contains the best of his writings over 25 years. It covers the African bush, where he spent more than 2 years under canvas, as well as his sea voyages in search of the great whales, walking in the High Pyrenees and travelling on elephant-back through the sal forests of Madhya Pradesh to meet the elusive Bengal tiger.
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