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This guide gives special prominence to the natural history of these islands which are teeming with wildlife, with a focus on conservation and environmental issues.
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The Falkland Islands are about as far south as land-based tourism gets, best known by today's discerning traveler as an ecologist's paradise. The rugged mountains and varied coastline are a haven for birds and sea-life, providing almost unlimited opportunities for the avid naturalist, photographer and hiker to explore.This Bradt guide to Falkland Islands provides full coverage of the islands' many attractions, including the bustling capital, Port Stanley. An extensive guide to the wildlife enables everyone from the rambler to the specialist ornithologist to gain insight into the enchanting beauty of one of the world's "magical places".This guide includes: thorough coverage of each of the islands, including inter-island transport; flora and fauna in depth, plus conservation and environmental issues; history, geography and culture; packed with suggestions for crise-ship visitors; accommodation and restaurants in detail. (5 1/4 x 8 1/2, 202 pages, color photos, illustrations, maps)
William Wagstaff is a wildlife tour guide who leads trips to the Falkland Islands. He lives on the Isles of Scilly, off the British coast.
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