Kenya: A Natural History by Stephen Spawls, Glenn Mathews
This new Poyser title covers the natural history of a remarkably diverse and beautiful country, with its many and varied inhabitants. It provides something previously unobtainable, a broad and yet detailed overview of all aspects of Kenya’s natural history and environment, illustrated by informative colour photographs. It is a rich resource for all wildlife professionals, educators, visitors and students; anyone with an interest in Kenya.
Accurate and accessible discussion is delivered in thirteen chapters covering geology, hominids and fossils, peopling, landscape, climate and weather, plants, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrates, the marine world and conservation. It is the first book to span the gap between general guidebook and detailed scientific material; it gives the ‘big picture’ where Kenya’s natural history is concerned and will be an indispensable companion to those whose work or pleasure involves them with the Kenyan outdoors.
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