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Okavango: Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Lee Gutteridge(Author), Tony Reumerman(Author), David Kays(Foreword By), Cathy Kays(Foreword By)
800 pages, 3000 colour photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: 30 degrees South
Okavango: Field Guide
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  • Okavango: Field Guide ISBN: 9780958489102 Paperback Oct 2011 Out of Print #191880
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About this book

This is the second field guide to be published in southern Africa that covers a comprehensive cross-section of the most prominent animals, plants, birds, fish, insects and tracks and signs of a particular region. It includes a detailed natural history section for a greater understanding of the people, plus geology, habitats and ecology of the region. This book negates the need to carry more than one guide book when visiting the Okavango.

Contents

Contents include:
- History of the region
- Geology
- Habitats
- Ecology
- Mammals (& diseases)
- Birds
- Reptiles
- Amphibians
- Scorpions
- Spiders
- Insects
- Butterflies & Moths
- Fish
- Flowers
- Trees
- Grasses
- Tracks & Signs
- Basic Survival Techniques
- Walking and Boating Safaris

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Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Lee Gutteridge(Author), Tony Reumerman(Author), David Kays(Foreword By), Cathy Kays(Foreword By)
800 pages, 3000 colour photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: 30 degrees South
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