Author: Dale A. Zimmerman
783 pages, 937 images
“Dale Zimmerman’s singular memoir details a half-century of ornithological investigations in East Africa, at a time when Africa’s fabled wildlife and wild habitats flourished beneath the snows of Kilimanjaro. Set against the political backdrop of the shift from colonial to African rule, Turaco Country documents a distinguished field ornithologist’s quintessentially African experience among the lions, gorillas, Gaboon Vipers, and those exquisite turacos.”
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