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By: Nigel Sitwell
129 pages, Col illus
Language: Trilingual in English, German, and Spanish
Illustrated field guide to the most commonly seen wildlife on the Galápagos Islands, in three languages. Includes birds, mammals, reptiles, and plants. Brief descriptions for each species accompany the detailed expert illustrations.
From the Foreword:
"Nigel Sitwell's Galapagos: Guide to the Animals and Plants is a welcome and notable addition to the works on this alluring achipelago. Accessibly written yet unique among its genre, this trilingual volume is presented in English, Spanish and German, readily expanding Gal#pagos knowledge to a broad range of readers. Complemented with lovely illustrations by a team of skilled artists, the book holds appeal for beginners and seasoned naturalists alike.
Cogently written sections on Galapagos history, natural history, wildlife and the conservation initiatives headed by the Galapagos National Park Service and the Charles Darwin Foundation provide a concise overview of this storied achipelago. Above all, this guide contributes to our deeper appreciation of why these island treasures must be preserved and restored for present and future generations.
I highly recommend Nigel and his gifted collaborators for creating this splendid volume and am certain that it will be a welcome companion for all who visit and who care about Galapagos flora and fauna.
J. Gabriel Lopez, PhD
Charles Darwin Foundation"
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Nigel Sitwell is the author of this guidebook. He is a British writer and editor who was one of the founders of the Gal#pagos Conservation Trust. He first visited Gal#pagos in 1965, and has made many more visits since then, most of them as the leader of tourist groups. He was awarded the Order of the Golden Ark by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands for services to wildlife conservation.
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