By: David Western
297 pages, 15 b/w photos, 2 maps
A passionate story of wildlife conservation in Africa with a strong and timely message about coexistence between humans and animals. World-renowned conservationist David Western presents a history of African wildlife conservation and an intimate glimpse into his life as a global spokesperson and one of Kenya's most prominent citizens.
`David Western is one of the world's most farsighted conservationists, with an acute sensitivity to the needs of humans as well as other fauna. His book - part memoir, part manifesto - is rich with anecdotes and hard-won insights from a life on the African landscape. It is an engrossing tale that happens to be hugely important' David Quammen, author of Song of the Dodo.
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