The new edition of this popular field guide has been fully updated and revised, making it one of the most comprehensive guides to the mammals of the southern African sub-region: Expanded number of smaller mammal species as well as eight of the more abundant sea mammals.
Beat about the Bush is the most comprehensive bush and field companion available. In addition, it is set in a question and user-friendly answer format. The result is an insightful reference book in a style that appeals to novices, birders, tourists, bush enthusiasts and field guides alike.
Animals are often heard before they are spotted, and this book serves as an excellent guide to help identify 76 creatures (mammals, birds, amphibians and insects), based primarily on their calls. For each of the species listed, there is a full-colour photograph, distribution map and brief facts about its life history and behaviour.
This easy-to-use, compact title is the perfect pocket ID guide to mammals of the region. It covers – in surprising detail – some 120 mammals, from the smallest (bats, sengis and shrews) to the largest, such as elephant, lion and rhinoceros, as well as marine species, such as seals, dolphins and whales.
Ein Taschenfurer fur Saugetiere im Sudlichen Afrika is a guide to over a 100 mammal species – from big cats to mice and bats. The German translation is based on the English and Afrikaans editions which have also been completely updated, with 16 new pages of mammals added.
East Africa comprises a varied range of habitats, which provide living space for more than 360 diverse species of mammal. These range in size from the elephant to the tiniest bats, shrews and mice. This guide covers the common and some of the less common mammal species of the region. It is suitable for regulars and visitors to the region.