By: Algirdas Knystautas
288 pages, 200 colour photos, maps
The Russian subcontinent stretches from Poland in the west to Japan in the east, accounting for one sixth of the world's landmass. A significant proportion of this area is protected under an elaborate system of reserves, encompassing all the major habitats and harbouring many rare and threatened species. This is a guide to the very best areas for wildlife in Russia and its neighborouring republics of the former USSR. Written by the author of The Natural History of the USSR and the Collins Guide to the Birds of Russia, it is comprehensively illustrated with colour photographs.
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