The Besieged Desert. War,Drought, Poaching in the Namib desert.


North -West Namibia is a desert-rugged,utterly uncompromising,frequently beautiful and always facinating.It comprises two adjoining tribal homlands,Damaraland and Kaokoland,and until recently was virtualy untouched by the intrusive influence of the technological age.The author joined the area’s resident ecologist Garth Owen-Smith,to see for himself what has happened here.This book deals with the people they met and the wildlife encountered.

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h/b in nice clean boards,also in a v/g pictorial d/w price-clipped, both in v/g clean condition.Size 10×7 pp 158,inc page map showing the country and the authors route.Fully illustrated with fine coloured photographic plates of the landscape and its people.Hinges strong Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean bright and sharp throughout. A v/g+-almost fine clean copy.


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