The Marsh Lions
The Story of an African Pride
by Brian Jackman, Jonathan & Angie Scott
World rights available
'Brian Jackman writes with a lyrical immediacy of the lions, the wider wildlife and landscapes transformed by the changing seasons .... This descriptive tour de force is required reading for Africa hands both young and old.'_x000D_ BBC Wildlife _x000D_ _x000D_ 'Absolutely stunning...It reeks of Africa. It smells of Africa. The whole thing is just living Africa. It’s a lovely book for the armchair naturalist.' Living World, BBC Radio Four _x000D_ _x000D_ 'I've been reading what is probably the great lion book....This is a book about the real wild lives of lions... Now it's been published again emerging in a fine new dress as a classic.'_x000D_ Simon Barnes -The Times_x000D_ _x000D_ ‘This brand new edition brings the tale right up to date’_x000D_ The Traveller msafiri _x000D_ _x000D_ “ ..... The pages contain so much magic that you will lose yourself. Read it slowly, indulge yourself in the pictures, it is a palpable piece of work keeping all of your senses gainfully employed: smell the approaching storm after months of drought, hear the deep groan of the lion, taste the wild basil and feel the thundering hooves of the returning herds._x000D_ A picture is worth a thousand words; in Brian’s case I beg to differ. Buy this book. Now."_x000D_ Paul Goldstein_x000D_ www.wildlifeextra.com_x000D_ _x000D_ 'This updated version reads like a novel, but traces the real-life movements of Masa Mari's lions, gazelles, hyenas, cheetahs and leopards.'_x000D_ Food & Travel_x000D_ _x000D_ ‘...this beautifully written history of the different generations of this pride over thirty years is both astounding and remarkable.’_x000D_ Good Book Guide
Brian Jackman is an award-winning journalist and author and Britain's foremost writer on African wildlife safaris. He writes for The SundayTimes, and his work appears in The Daily Telegraph, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Travel Africa, Country Living and Conde Nast Traveller, where he is a contributing editor. Jonathan and Angela Scott are award winning wildlife and travel photographers, and the only couple to have won as individuals the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award. Jonathan Scott's television presence has blossomed since his early days as a presenter on American television. He has presented his own television series for the BBC, including Big Cat Diary and has also presented wildlife stories for Wild Things, an American television series._x000D_
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- Publisher Bradt Travel Guides
- Publication Date February 2012
- Orginal LanguageEnglish
- ISBN/Identifier 9781841624280 / 1841624284
- Publication Country or regionUnited Kingdom
- Primary Price 9.99 GBP
- Publish StatusPublished
- Responsibilitytext by Brian Jackman ; photographs and drawings by Jonathan and Angela Scott.
- Page size20 (198mm x130mm) mm
- Illustration16pp colour photos & 1 map
- Biblio NotesPrevious ed.: London: Elm Tree/Hamish Hamilton, 1982.
- Reference CodeBDZ0012988332
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