By Adam Scott Kennedy
Located in northern Tanzania, the Serengeti is among the world's most famed flora and fauna areas. Birds of the Serengeti is a groundbreaking and crucial photographic advisor, that includes greater than 270 fowl species probably to be encountered within the Serengeti nationwide Park and Ngorongoro Conservation zone. This easy-to-use advisor comprises 480 outstanding colour pictures, an enticing and convenient structure, and informative and obtainable textual content that discusses attention-grabbing behaviors and offers insights into species heritage. wealthy intimately, this integral quantity makes use of a habitat-based method, making it uncomplicated for everyone—from the amateur to the skilled birdwatcher—to find diversified birds during this attention-grabbing quarter of the world.
- Looks at greater than 270 poultry species probably to be encountered in Tanzania’s Serengeti nationwide Park, Ngorongoro Conservation sector, and Speke Gulf
- Features significant plumage diversifications
- Habitat-based approach
- Informative and available text
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