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'A book like this is a must if you are going on safari. It's an invaluable guide.' Abroad Magazine 'A highly focused view of the best wildlife.' SX Magazine 'This weighty, full-colour guide is unequalled in its sheer level of detail and its readability'. Travel Africa
Mike Unwin divides his time between editing natural history books, writing, photography and illustration. He is author of Bradt's 100 Bizarre Animals and co-author of 100 Animals To See Before They Die.
Now what I expected. Too wordy, not enough detail, but maybe I'm wrong for the book!Published 13 days ago by Wildy
One of the best writers about wildlife ever. He is enthusiastic and knows his stuff. You will never regret owning this superb reliable book.Published 1 month ago by H. G.
A very handy little book with lovely photos and details of the many animals found in and around South Africa. Small enough to take with you.Published 1 month ago by Wendy
Best travel guide compared to what other travellers were using when I was in South Africa. Even the guide was impressed with the book, able to mark off and identify what you see. Read morePublished 2 months ago by sharon price
A good general guide to take on safari and light enough to carry around with you. Contained more information than I expected and particularly useful for mammals. Read morePublished 3 months ago by cynmet
Awaiting my use in Namibia, next year, and loaned in the meantime to friends who are going to South Africa this year!Published 12 months ago by ginnym
I was recently on a trip to South Africa and found this book very useful. It is small enough to bring along on safaris.Published on 14 Sept. 2013 by Private
Not really afield guide. A guide book yes but it doesn't tell much of the animals behaviour, habitat or tracks. I found I really didn't use it much . Read morePublished on 3 Sept. 2013 by Leigh P.