From Abe Books
"An interesting look at the early days of game conservation in newly independent African Nations in the 1970's."
"Foreword by President Dr. Kenneth Kaunda. 52 striking photographs. This book gives a fascinating and hopeful picture of what is being done by the individual countries to preserve our heritage of wildlife. It is African rangers, often at risk from poisoned arrows, who track down poachers and who care for animals maimed in the bush and who are being trained to be wardens, whilst African conservationists are teaching the traditional pastoralists such as the Masai to settle down in villages and stop destroying the wildlife habitats"
Book ID 916