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Field Days: A Naturalist's Journey Through South and Southeast Asia

Authors (s): Ajt Johnsingh (Author)
Format: Softcover
ISBN-10: 8173715521
ISBN-13: 9788173715525
Pages: xx+340p., Figures; Plates; Bibliography; 23cm.
Pub. date: 31.12.2008, Reprint.
Publisher: Universities Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB26793
List price: US $ 37,00
Bagchee price: US $ 33,30
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Member price: US $ 29,97 info

Overview for Field Days: A Naturalist's Journey Through South and Southeast Asia

As a young boy in south India, AJT Johnsingh avidly Jim Corbett in Tamil translation: apart from the nail-biting adventure, Corbett’s writing provided fine details on the landscapes, forests observing and interpreting perfectly the fights, sounds and smell of the jungle.

Growing up to become a wildlife biogist of great repute, Dr Johnsing gained access to some of the most lush and remote forests in the world, and began to record his observations carefully. Each of the thirty-seven articles in this book is a journey into a protected forest, some well-known and others rarely accessed. Nearly always a long walk is involved, a walk that picks up details that an untrained eye would easily miss. Close encounters with temperamental tuskers, protective elephant mothers, reclusive tigers, poachers, villagers, tribal communities and forest guards pepper these walks.

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