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#1 samburumags

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Posted 20 October 2013 - 09:34 AM

Just finished this Adamson book and loved every page of it.  Easy to read, full of interesting facts about lions, leopards and plants, most informative on all aspects of life in the bush.  This will join my Tony Parks on my African bookcase.


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Posted 09 May 2015 - 08:50 PM

Just finished this Adamson book and loved every page of it.  Easy to read, full of interesting facts about lions, leopards and plants, most informative on all aspects of life in the bush.  This will join my Tony Parks on my African bookcase.

 

~ @samburumags:

 

I'd never heard of this book until reading your comment.

 

I'm especially happy to know that there comments about plants.

 

His work was in an area which I'm learning to love, therefore I'm eager to read his impressions and experiences.

 

Thank you for the tip.

 

Tom K.







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