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By: Warwick Tarboton(Author), Peter G Ryan(Author)
224 pages, 600+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
The Kruger National Park is one of the largest and best-known conservation areas in the world. Although famous as home to Africa's iconic Big Five, it is equally renowned for its staggering diversity of birds. Some 500 species have been recorded within its range, representing more than half the number of species found across southern Africa.
Informative species accounts, full-colour photographs and distribution maps that indicate actual sightings make this book an invaluable guide for easy identification. An introductory chapter discusses the park's geology, vegetation types, climate and rainfall, and how these determine bird distribution.
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Warwick Tarboton is a well-known bird expert and writer of several books. He is a past president of BirdLife South Africa and has been awarded the Gill Memorial Medal and the Stevenson-Hamilton award for services to ornithology and zoology.
Peter Ryan is Director of the FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology at the University of Cape Town. He is a keen bird photographer, has travelled widely in pursuit of birds and has authored several books on birds and various subantarctic islands.
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