This revised, updated and expanded second edition of Lee Gutteridge’s comprehensive field guide covers a broad cross section of the most prominent species of flora and fauna of the South African Bushveld, including large parts of the Kruger Lowveld; all combined into one user-friendly manual that can be used by tourists and professional field guides alike. With over 4,200 color photographs, sketches and diagrams describing over 1,300 species, laid out in accessible, color-coded sections, everything you’ll need to know on a Bushveld safari is in here. Some of South Africa’s foremost experts in their particular disciplines have contributed to this guide, with Vincent Carruthers and Louis du Preez (amphibians), Jonathan Leeming (scorpions and spiders), Louis Liebenberg (tracking), Paul van Gaalen, Hendri Coetzee and Adam Riley (birds), Rolf Becker and Alma Moller (euphorbias), Teresa Kearney and Ernest Seamark (bats), Marieka Gryzenhout (fungi), Johan Marais and Jens Reissig (reptiles), Marius Coetzee (birds and mammals) and Frits van Oudtshoorn (grasses) being but a few of the renowned professionals who have so enthusiastically supported this project.
Lee Gutteridge was born in Sheffield, England in 1973. Passionate about African wildlife, he is now a professional field guide with 18 years’ bush experience. He is currently the chairman of the Waterberg region of the Field Guides’ Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) and also the principal trainer of the Entabeni Nature Guide Training School. He books include the best-selling The Bushveld: A South African Field Guide, including the Kruger Lowveld (2008, 2nd edition 2012), Okavango Field Guide (co-authored, 2011) and Bushman Rock Art: An Interpretive Guide (co-authored, 2012).
|Publisher:||30 Degrees South Publishers|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||254 MB|
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