By: Carroll Moulton and Ernie J Hulsey
220 pages, Col photos, maps
Presents the first in depth study focusing on a single tiger reserve, providing the reader with all the practical information they would require for a tourist visit to the Kanha Tiger Reserve, located in the Maikal range, the Eastern sector of the Satpura Hills of the Central Indian Highlands. In addition to readable, scientifically accurate accounts of the major animals and birds, the book includes numerous colour photographs and a detailed fold out map of the park's tourist zone.
"Not only does Kanha Tiger Reserve: Portrait of an Indian National Park present accurate technical and scientific information, it also offers personal and highly entertaining anecdotes about the park's human and animal inhabitants...It has that rare quality in a guide book of transforming what is largely a scientific work into an easy-to-read and fascinating story" -Renata Jaremovic Bali, Associate at Biosis Research Pty. Ltd. New South Wales, Australia.
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