qA work of tremendous scope. . . . Amateur naturalists and tourists to the parks of Africa and finally professionals will find this a stimulating, well-documented summary.q--John F. Eisenberg, Florida Museum of Natural History qWe have seen in the field how very helpful and informative qThe Behavior Guideq is. Our knowledgeable safari guides turned often to their prized and already well-thumbed copies, and we continue to refer to ours now that we are back home.q--Douglas F. Williamson, Jr., National Council, World Wildlife Fund, U.S. qA fascinating, perceptive, and enjoyable travel companion heightens the pleasure of being afield. qThe Behavior Guide to African Mammalsq is that ideal companion. Lucid, accurate, and marvelously illustrated, the book is a basic reference for anyone interested in natural history.q--George B. Schaller, author of qThe Serengheti Lionq and qThe Deer and the Tigerq qA remarkable review of what is known about the larger African mammals.q--A.R.E. Sinclair, The Ecology Group, University of British Columbia1963. Observations on the mental and manipulative abilities of a baboon. Behaviour 22: 24-40. Booth, A. H. 1957. Observations on ... In The Mammals of Africa, an Identification Manual, ed. J. Meester and ... The relationship between social status and reproductive activity in male impala Ae- pyceros melampus. J. Reprod.
|Title||:||The Behavior Guide to African Mammals|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1991|