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Safari Adventure

Author : Jack Hanna
ISBN : 0590927159
Genre : Safaris
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A personal account of wildlife photographer Jack Hanna's month-long safari through East Africa.
Category: Safaris

Counting Safari Adventure

Author : Speedy Publishing
ISBN : 9781680322934
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 71.80 MB
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Albert shares his safari adventure in the savannah. He shows different animals he encountered in the wild. Along sharing Albert likes to ask trivia. Come along and see his safari adventure!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Great Safari Adventure

Author : Kent R. Buckner
ISBN : 9781609764821
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Ten-year-old Coleman has always had plenty of imagination. In The Great Safari Adventure, he dreams that if he only has belief and faith, magical things can happen. His tale begins as he is separated from his family and friends in the jungle, making him face his greatest fear: being alone.The little boy enters an exciting world where an ancient and powerful "Blue Lulu" stone can turn ordinary ants and wild animals into human-like creatures. In the midst of a rainforest, desert prairies and the croc swamp, Coleman experiences untold adventure in his dream.With his newfound animal friends, he learns about confidence, strength, patience, and courage. The Great Safari Adventure also teaches Coleman about the value of friendship and trust, which will carry him through many adventures in life.The author hopes to motivate kids to be active and learn the world around them through exploration and physical activity.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Safari Adventure

Author : Willard Price
ISBN : 9780099482284
Genre : Adventure
File Size : 32.74 MB
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"At once profound, spiritual, and witty, Master of the Three Ways is a remarkable work about human nature, the essence of life, and how to live simply and with awareness. In three hundred and fifty-seven verses, the author, Hung Ying-ming a seventeenth-century Chinese sage explores good and evil, honesty and deception, wisdom and foolishness, and heaven and hell. He draws from the wisdom of the Three Creeds Taoism, Confucianism, and Zen Buddhism to impress upon us that by combining simple elegance with the ordinary, we can make our lives artistic and poetic. This sense, along with a particular understanding of Zen that makes art from the simple in everyday life, has permeated Chinese and Japanese culture to this day. The work is divided into two books. The first generally deals with the art of living in society and the second is concerned with man's solitude and contemplations of nature. These themes repeatedly spill over into each other, creating multiple levels of meaning."
Category: Adventure

Safari Adventure

Author : Deborah Underwood
ISBN : 1410928608
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 28.98 MB
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Presents an introduction to safari animals, providing instructions for diagramming facts about them into charts, tables, and graphs.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Safari Adventure

Author : Dick Houston
ISBN : UOM:39015024805122
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 23.55 MB
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Describes a safari in Kenya and Tanzania, highlighting the native tribes, animals, and local scenery.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Alistair On Safari

Author : Amanda Lumry
ISBN : 0966225740
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Alistair's Uncle Max takes him on safari in South Africa and he sees elephants, zebras, cheetahs, hippos -- and even a rare leopard.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Safari 101 Hunting Africa The Ultimate Adventure

Author : David L. Brown
ISBN : 9781614481430
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 30.35 MB
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Safari 101 is written for the hunter that has always considered Africa out of reach, someone who has a spark of desire just waiting to be fanned into a flame. The myths of being “too expensive” and “too difficult” are firmly entrenched in many hunters’ minds. Safari 101 has forty-six hints dispersed throughout 11 chapters and proves these myths false. Personal stories are used to illustrate the value of each hint and to make each one easy to remember. When Brown took his first Safari, he was forced to rely on word of mouth for information, as all of the books he found were for photo Safaris. This book takes Brown's experiences, and what he learned from professional hunters and outfitters, and puts the information in a logical progression that is entertaining as well as informative. The book will help fan the spark into a flame.
Category: Sports & Recreation

A Short Safari Adventure Among Africa S Thorny Bushveld Wildlife

Author : Phd Lars G Svensson MD
ISBN : 1499217463
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A short safari adventure among Africa's thorny Bushveld wildlife: Part Two - Hunting, Ecosystem Challenges, Wildlife Restorancy." This is the second book in the series of true African travel and adventure safari that passionately deals with sensitive environmental, past political and wildlife management issues that face Africa today. "This book is not just another hunting story. It is the story of discovery, of brutally harsh realities - in short, an epic tale of Africa," summarized Don Heath, former Chief Ecologist for the Zimbabwe Parks Department, "you have the rediscovery of Africa by an ex African and a native American as they make their way through the thorny issues if not downright slippery shibboleths of consumptive conservation - 'wise use' was the Zimbabwean term I coined for the CITES COP 10 to argue for conservation through hunting." The format for the first part of this second book in the series relates Bruce's impressions of the day's hunt and thoughts in Bubye Conservancy and then around a campfire and dinner Bruce, PH Brent Hein, and Lars discuss their Perceptions of the Day, world events, mankind's struggles, Paleolithic behavior, diets, climate, environment, sports, conservation, hunting, reflections of hunting in modern society, rifles, and Africa. Based on their experience and reading, this would be like Teddy Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, Harry Selby, Al Gore, Jarred Diamond, Michael DeBakey and Jane Goodall gathering around an African campfire to discuss matters of interest to them. The authors tell of the random thrilling and dangerous events that occur to them when confronted by charging rhino, wild bush-pigs, elephants, giraffe and buffalo daka Tsotsie (gangsters) in the hot midday sun. Lars delves into the ecosystem challenges, the threat of diminishing wildlife populations in many game reserves and conservation areas, and the mounting problem of over population of elephants in Southern African countries leading to the devastation of habitats. Can ecotourism alone save Africa's wildlife or is hunting part of the financial equation or as Henry Thoreau said, is it true "The hunter is the greatest friend of the animals"? Do we need the biodiversity of distant Africa for Mankind's survival? Is a dead mamba the only good mamba or is there more to snakes? Who were the strong wild bulls of Bashan (aurochs or Pelorovis antiquus or Caper buffalo), and the giant race of Rephaim and Nephilim? Game managers have limited tools to manage wildlife populations, namely: fire, water, fencing, and culling or "off take", like selling of animals. Recent auctions have brought in over $2.3 million for a buffalo, and $0.5 million dollars for a rhino but the prices for the latter are paradoxically falling because of poaching and the cost of protection. The Kruger Park challenges and management is used to illustrate these aspects but also raises the problem of financing large wild life areas and how pressure from surrounding poverty stricken communities needs to be addressed and encompassed in any solution. The issues of harvesting wildlife for meat for local community populations, restaurants and the biltong trade, subsistence hunting, and trophies for tourist recreational hunters, and the ethics, are reviewed. Wild life restorancy is discussed in the broader context of Africa's rising, politics, potential agricultural resources, and future overpopulation food requirements, especially since growth will occur in Africa. Their hope is that African advancing higher education, the growth of the new middle class, African "ubuntu", and strong moral fiber based on religious beliefs will overcome the challenges of corruption and mismanagement. Ultimately, the question is whether one has the faith in Mankind to do the right thing and whether we will be able to resolve the issues? Bruce adds an Epilogue on the stunning turn of events after their return.
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African Trails

Author : Col Allison
ISBN : 0949114006
Genre : Big game hunting
File Size : 74.17 MB
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This volume covers the history of hunting in Southern Africa & the author's own impressive series of hunts, including on foot for the big five. Col Allison takes you on safari when the so-called Dark Continent was still being settled, the tribes were at war & the hunters were astounded by the sheer volume of game.
Category: Big game hunting