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- Random House Struik 2013; US$ 33.00
Hierdie omvattend uitgebreide, hersiene uitgawe van die beste verkoper onder boom-veldgidse vir die streek bied veel meer as die hoogs suksesvolle eerste uitgawe. Volledig bygewerkte teks (insluitend bykomende spesie-inskrywings) en verspreidingskaarte, talle nuwe foto?s en ?n nuwe seksie van 87 bladsye met foto?s van die hele boom maak diť gewilde... more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 13.00
Esteemed for its speed and athleticism, admired for its grace and beauty, coveted for its hunting prowess, the cheetah has nonetheless been harrassed and hounded to the point of extinction. Author Luke Hunter, a specialist on African carnivores, looks into the history, evolution, behaviour and day-to-day survival of one of the most fascinating of the... more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 23.00
Two Oceans captures the diversity of southern Africa's rich marine heritage. This expanded and revised edition encompasses an additional 522 species, 850 new photographs and the latest biological information, enabling the identification of 1 900 species, from sponges to whales and seaweeds to mangroves. The authors are internationally renowned scientists. more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 9.00
Stargazing from Game Reserves in Southern Africa is a lively introduction to the night skies, offering visitors to game reserves and nature parks (in fact, any out-of-town location) the opportunity to turn their binoculars skyward after dark, and to make sense of the myriad stars and recognise some of the patterns they form. more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 12.00
Common Wild Flowers of Table Mountain has proved to be a valuable guide for flower-lovers, hikers and mountain climbers who wish to know more about the flowers they encounter on their outings. Now expanded to take in the expansive Silvermine reserve, and generally updated for the entire area, this new edition will appeal to an even wider market. more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 10.00
Watching and ?ticking? butterflies is a rewarding hobby and one that is gaining popularity in South Africa. This handy pocket guide details more than 250 of the region?s 670 species, from the tiniest blues and coppers to enormous swallowtails and emperors. more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2013; US$ 16.99
The Illustrated Guide to Chickens covers the 100 most familiar breeds of chickens in Europe and North America. The breed profiles are written in engaging text that covers the history of each breed, its main characteristics, and information about looking after them. Each breed has been illustrated with delightful paintings by the author. Introductory... more...
- Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 21.00
Geology off the beaten track follows on the success of author Nick Norman?s earlier Geological Journeys (co-authored with Gavin Whitfi eld), which has sold more than 20 000 copies in the last 6 years. This new book helps readers understand and interpret the geology along SA?s regional and other less-travelled roads. more...
- Random House 2014; US$ 14.09
As a boy, Richard Kerridge loved to encounter wild creatures and catch them for his back-garden zoo. In a country without many large animals, newts caught his attention first of all, as the nearest he could get to the African wildlife he watched on television. There were Smooth Newts, mottled like the fighter planes in the comics he read, and the... more...