Fraser Darling in Africa: A Rhino in the Whistling Thorn

Fraser Darling in Africa: A Rhino in the Whistling Thorn

Fraser Darling in Africa: A Rhino in the Whistling Thorn

Fraser Darling in Africa: A Rhino in the Whistling Thorn

Synopsis

"Pioneer ecologist and conservationist, Sir Frank Fraser Darling spent many years surveying the wildlife resources of Africa. Now published for the first time, his journals vividly describe the safaris he made by foot, air and motor in Zambia, Kenya and the Sudan in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It provides a valuable and spectacular record, not only of the now depleted wildlife stocks of the region but also of the tribal people of the period to present a unique and sensitive insight into the environmental issues of the time, and the thoughts and motivations of Fraser Darling, the father of the modern conservation movement. A must for anyone interested in ecology, natural history and travel." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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