Zambia - Important Bird Areas

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An essential new resource for conservationists and birders, this book isn't just a listing, it is supplemented with excellent quality colour photos and black and white line illustrations of Zambia bird species as well as other fauna. It describes 42 Important Bird Areas identified in Zambia, including 18 National Parks. Each site entry contains a site description, detailed information on the birds and other flora and fauna to be found there, conservation issues and visitor information.

There are detailed maps for each site, checklists and the final section contains useful information for visitors including details on health and safety, navigation, transport, and camping. A lengthy introduction gives an overview of Zambian biodiversity and conservation. This is an excellent resource for all those interested in not just Zambian but African avifauna.

ISBN/EAN: 9789982811019
Author: Peter Leonard
Publication Date: 01/01/2005
Size: 17x24cm
Product Type: Paperback
Number of Pages: 218

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