By Sean Connolly
By Sean Connolly
By Dominique Auzias,Jean-Paul Labourdette
By Lynn Kaziah Gissing
By Eric Castera,Jérôme Hillaire
By Marie-Luise Baumert
By Diane Swan,Peter Swan
Acclaimed BBC flora and fauna Presenter Chris Packham has written the ahead to this a lot wanted African natural world Guide.
In an extract from his ahead, he says: "This informative and certain advisor offers viewers to Kenya and Tanzania with a degree of information and curiosity that may make your animal sightings extra significant and genuine. It additionally serves as an invaluable guide for these armchair fanatics desirous to enhance their wisdom approximately African wildlife.
The authors have travelled greatly all through Kenya and Tanzania, and feature spent 5 years compiling this consultant. A finished 'Insider counsel' part permits the authors to cross directly to you the advantage of their huge wisdom won over ten years of self sufficient commute in East Africa.
This consultant presents the precise creation to the main often encountered creatures and vitamins every thing approximately their behaviour and ecologies that you've got forgotten out of your armchair television safaris, with an invaluable assessment in their biology. it really is obtainable, effortless to take advantage of, concise and had lots of little nuggets of curiosity and importance."
This commute advisor is a needs to on your travel of japanese Africa. This ebook is straightforward to learn and offers you not just easy to learn proof, yet nice info of not just the animals that you could be stumble upon yet concerning the quarter you're visiting.
Geoff Collins, Africa natural world advisor coach and Assessor
Speaking as an individual who hasn't ever ventured into the southern hemisphere, not to mention on Safari, i'm struck by way of the author’s ardour and exuberance for what feels like their vocation in life.
John Kettley, BBC Presenter
By IBN BATTÚTA
By John Goble
By Hermann von Wissman,Tanja Bührer,Ludwig Wolf,Curt von Francois,Hans Mueller
By Joachim Frank
Joachim Frank lebt in Prisdorf bei Pinneberg. Studium von Germanistik, game und Pädagogik in Hamburg. Viele Reisen auch in außereuropäische Länder, auf denen das Schreiben von Kurzgeschichten über Land und Leute, gerade auch über die kleineren Begebenheiten an den Wegesrändern, begann. Bisher sind von ihm im
Wiesenburg Verlag erschienen:
»Fixsterne«, 2006, Roman
»Variationen des Glücks«, 2011, Kurzgeschichten sowie die Reiseerzählungen »Botswana - Ein Diamant im Süden Afrikas«, 2007
»Ägypten - An den Ufern des Nil«, 2010 »Ecuador - Wanderungen im Zauber der Natur«, 2012