• Born to be Free Quick View
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    • Born to be Free
    • When the grand old ‘lion man of Africa’, George Adamson, passed away, the last of his lion cub orphans faced an uncertain future. Would the cubs have to spend their entire lives behind bars in a zoo, or would they have a free life in the wild, as George had intended for them? Lion expert Gareth Patterson rescues George’s cubs…
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  • A Life on Our Planet: My Witness Statement and a Vision for the Future Quick View
  • Pangolins: Scales of Injustice Quick View
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    • Pangolins: Scales of Injustice
    • Pangolins have long been sustainably harvested by local communities for their meat and scales, but today the burgeoning trade in these mammals has reached a crisis point. Eight pangolin species occur worldwide, four in Asia and four in Africa, and all face extinction if current rates of hunting and trading continue unabated. Now the spotlight is on the world’s most…
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  • Africa’s Wild Dogs Quick View
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    • Africa’s Wild Dogs
    • Africa’s Wild Dogs – A Survival Story  is a large-format photographic celebration of one of the continent’s most charismatic and endangered predators. With only about 6,600 wild dogs left in Africa today, wildlife photographer Jocelin Kagan has made it her mission to bring the extraordinary lives of these often misunderstood and maligned animals into the spotlight. Her remarkable images and personal…
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  • Life of a Snake Rescuer Quick View
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    • Life of a Snake Rescuer
    • Durban has a population of nearly four million people. Among all those people, and all those suburbs, are many reserves and green belts, prime habitat for snakes. With that combination, snake/human conflict in the Greater Durban is high! Black Mambas, Green Mambas, Mozambique Spitting Cobras are just a few of the venomous species found in and around homes, as well…
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  • Saving The Last Rhino The life of a frontline conservationist. Quick View
    • Saving The Last Rhino The life of a frontline conservationist. Quick View
    • Saving The Last Rhino The life of a frontline conservationist.
    • The remarkable story of Grant Fowlds, a conservationist who has dedicated his life to saving the last rhinos, vividly told with the help of Graham Spence, co-author of the bestselling The Elephant Whisperer. What would drive a man to ‘smuggle’ rhino horn back into Africa at great risk to himself? This is just one of the situations Grant Fowlds has…
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  • A Game Ranger Remembers Quick View
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    • There are only two great certainties in a game ranger’s career. The first is that you will never be well off. The second – and the best by far – is that you will do things that most other people only get to dream about.’ This is a collection of stories about the life of a bushveld conservationist as it…
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  • Game Ranging – A life worth living Quick View
    • Game Ranging – A life worth living Quick View
    • Game Ranging – A life worth living
    • As Louis Armstrong once said, `How do you tell someone what jazz is?’ In the same manner how do you tell someone what wilderness is? When I enter the wilderness, I do not have to throw a switch or need time to connect, I know I am there; the healing power of its solitude is in my soul. What is…
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  • One World Quick View
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    • One World
    • We are the first generation who truly understands that the world our children grow up in will be vastly different from our own. How we overcome the challenges of our time, will make the difference between a world that we tolerate, and a world in which we prosper. One World is for everyone who: Feels they are living in a…
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  • Pain Forms The Character – Conservation Marion Island  – Hardcover Pain Forms The Character – Conservation Marion Island  – Hardcover Quick View
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    • Pain Forms The Character – Conservation Marion Island – Hardcover
    • A substantial book about life on Marion Island! This book documents anecdotes from the earliest researchers, past cat hunters to modern sealers who are currently gathering data and monitoring animals at Marion Island. If you've been there, this book will bring back memories and if you haven't been there, this book will make you want to go to Marion! Beautiful…
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  • Josh’s Big Year, In Search of 1000 Birds Quick View
    • Josh’s Big Year, In Search of 1000 Birds Quick View
    • Josh’s Big Year, In Search of 1000 Birds
    • Join the fray as we trek across 8 countries and travel over 70 000km in busses, planes and dugout canoes, only to land in waters infested with Piranha, Cayman, Anacondas and Rays, and share tents with Cobras, Hippos and deadly Ants. Taking on the harshest elements and most untamable creatures, tackling the driest deserts and the densest jungles, and give an all…
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  • Bring nature back to the city Quick View
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    • Populations of cities have grown at unprecedented rate, consuming ever more land, placing severe strain on the environment and also on cash-strapped governments. Nature needs to be reintroduced to our cities. This book is focused on urban nature conservation, aspects that will resonate with advisors to local government, people interested in bringing back nature to our cities and anyone with…
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  • Baobabs of the World Quick View
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    • Baobabs of the World
    • A photographic masterpiece, this beautiful book is a fitting tribute to the baobab – an extraordinary and majestic tree found principally in Madagascar, and peripherally in Africa and Australia. The first section offers a short introduction to the classification and general description of baobabs, details of their life history, biogeography, dispersal and their role in people’s lives. The second section…
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  • African Apiaceae: A synopsis of the Apiaceae/Umbelliferae of Sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar Quick View
  • The Last Elephants Quick View
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    • The Africa-wide Great Elephant Census of 2016 produced shocking findings: a decimated elephant population whose numbers were continuing to plummet. Elephants are killed, on average, every 15-20 minutes - a situation that will see the final demise of these intelligent, extraordinary animals in less than three decades. They are a species in crisis. This magnificent book offers chapters written by…
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  • A Rhino in my Garden Love, life and the African Bush Quick View
    • A Rhino in my Garden Love, life and the African Bush Quick View
    • A Rhino in my Garden Love, life and the African Bush
    • Conita Walker tells the story of the love match that lured her from the world of international air travel to plunge, somewhat naively, into the life of a conservationist. It is a tale of adventure, mishaps, humour and heartbreak. Conita’s life begins on a remote missionary station; she survives the WWII bombing of Berlin, witnesses the defeat of political systems…
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  • Cuddle Me, Kill Me Quick View
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    • Cuddle Me, Kill Me
    • Canned lion hunting sprang to the world’s attention with the 2015 launch of the documentary, Blood Lions. This movie blew the cover off a brutal industry that has burgeoned in the last decade or so, operating largely under the radar of public concern. Author: Richard Peirce
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  • Shaping Kruger Quick View
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    • Shaping Kruger
    • Shaping Kruger  provides fascinating insight into the lives, habits and behaviour of the larger animals that significantly affect the workings of the park. It expertly synthesizes decades of ground-breaking research into the animals and their environment, examining along the way individual species; predator-prey relationships; mammal distribution, and browsing and grazing interactions. Author: Mitch Reardon
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  • Save Me From the Lion’s Mouth Quick View
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    • Save Me From the Lion’s Mouth
    • In many parts of Africa a 'front line' has developed between humans and wild animals. People are daily and stressfully aware of their vulnerability, whether from predators that eat their stock, or from marauders that trash their crops: elephants, hippos, bushpigs, baboons, cane rats, dense sun-blocking swarms of locusts and quelea finches that can wipe out an entire season's crop…
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  • The Secret Elephants: The Rediscovery of the World’s Most Southerly Elephants Quick View
  • The Rhino Keepers Quick View
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    • The Rhino Keepers
    • Few animals face as violent, as well organised, and as determined an enemy as the world’s rhinos. Across the continent, rhinos are being slaughtered on a daily basis and approximately 5, black rhinos and 21, white rhinos are all that prevent Africa’s rhinos from extinction. The Rhino Keepers is a personal story of the conservation of the rhinos in southern…
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  • Rhino Revolution: Searching for new solutions Quick View
    • Rhino Revolution: Searching for new solutions Quick View
    • Rhino Revolution: Searching for new solutions
    • How is South Africa going to sustain the cost of securing rhino while the belief continues to persist that the enemy lies elsewhere in Southeast Asia. The Walkers believe that the problem actually lies in South Africa’s own backyard. This book discusses corruption and the criminal justice system, the need for more community engagement and the costs of protection. It…
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  • Life Is Like a Kudu Horn Quick View
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    • Life Is Like a Kudu Horn
    • Waking up to roaring lions near her doorless dung hut; encountering elephants while walking with other women to fetch water from a distant spring; realising that older Himba people saw themselves as part of nature, not as separated from it nor at its apex … These were just some of the experiences that would change the way Margaret Jacobsohn thought…
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  • Hyena Nights & Kalahari Days Quick View
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    • Hyena Nights & Kalahari Days
    • Hyenas have a bad reputation and are misunderstood by most people. Until recent years many wildlife publications used words like freak, stupid, demented and ungainly to describe hyenas, but in this title the author allow the reader to see these intriguing animals for what they really are: intelligent, powerful, even beautiful. Gus and Margie Mills, newly married, trekked to the…
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  • Between the Tides: In Search of Sea Turtles Quick View
    • Between the Tides: In Search of Sea Turtles Quick View
    • Between the Tides: In Search of Sea Turtles
    • Much can be learned about the condition of the planet’s environment by looking at sea turtles. They have existed for over 1 million years, and they travel throughout the world’s oceans. Suddenly, however, they are struggling to survive – largely because of things people are doing to the planet’s oceans and beaches. But what does this mean for the human…
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  • Baobab Trails Quick View
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    • Baobab Trails
    • Clive Walker has changed the face of conservation in South Africa and devoted his life to the preservation of our wildlife and natural heritage. Baobab trails is the story of his journey, spanning more than forty years, told through his experiences with some extraordinary and remarkable personalities – the likes of Ian Player, David Shepherd, Kuki Gallman, Eric Rundgren, Blythe…
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  • The Annotated Old Fourlegs: The story of the coelacanth Quick View
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    • The Annotated Old Fourlegs: The story of the coelacanth
    • When the famous South African fish scientist Professor JLB Smith published Old Fourlegs - The Story of the Coelacanth in 1956 he created an international sensation. After all, this 400-million-year-old fish, known only from fossil remains, was thought to have become extinct around 66 million years ago! JLB Smith’s dramatic account of the discovery of the first and second coelacanths in 1938…
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  • Giant Steps Quick View
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    • Giant Steps
    • Elephants have long been targeted by humans: not only are they killed for their ivory, but their extraordinary strength, intelligence and charisma have seen some of them captured, chained and effectively jailed for life. Author: Richard Pierce
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  • Overkill: The Race To Save Africa’s Wildlife Quick View
    • Overkill: The Race To Save Africa’s Wildlife Quick View
    • Overkill: The Race To Save Africa’s Wildlife
    • Ninety percent of the world’s megafauna (its larger creatures) have disappeared since humans migrated from Africa and fanned out across the rest of the world. Within a very short time the megafauna – mammoths, mastodons, woolly rhinoceros and the huge carnivores that preyed upon them were extinct. Only Africa seems to have escaped: not unscathed, but not entirely vanquished either.…
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  • Orca: The day the Great White sharks disappeared Quick View
    • Orca: The day the Great White sharks disappeared Quick View
    • Orca: The day the Great White sharks disappeared
    • Great White sharks, attracted by an offshore seal colony, have brought success to the adjacent fishing village of Gansbaai along the southern African coast. A flourishing shark cage diving industry has sprung up, bringing jobs and money, and so benefiting almost the entire community. Tourists come from far and near to experience the thrill of a real-life brush with the…
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  • Nicole: The true story of a Great White Shark’s journey into history Quick View
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