A superbly illustrated and attractive traveler's companion to the wildlife of the Antarctic wilderness written by TV naturalist Tony Soper. Full species identification is aided by specially commissioned paintings by Dafila Scott.
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In this superbly illustrated and attractive new edition of this traveler’s companion to the wildlife of the Antarctic wilderness, Dafila Scott’s illustrations provide the perfect accompaniment to naturalist Tony Soper’s immaculate text. This guide provides full coverage of plumage and identification, breeding and nesting, feeding, and the best locations to observe the varied species to be found in Antarctica.
· Illustrated in full color throughout with specially commissioned watercolor paintings
· Authoritative writing by TV naturalist Tony Soper
· Species identification, behavior and habitats, and conservation guidelines for visitors
· History of discovery and exploration
Tony Soper was co-founder of the BBC's world-class Natural History Unit and became famous for his pioneering wildlife programs. He now leads expeditions to Antarctica.
Dafila Scott, granddaughter of Captain Scott of the Antarctic, is an artist and zoologist and member of the Society of Wildlife Artists.
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Book Description Bradt Travel Guides. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111841621315