Wild Discovery Guides - Kimberley Coast

Wild Discovery Guides - Kimberley Coast from Wild Discovery Guides

By: Wild Discovery Guides  03-Nov-2012
Keywords: Kimberley Coast

The Kimberley Coast is one of the largest coastal wilderness areas in the world. The 168 pages and 300 brilliant images with six superb maps in this book allow your journey through this Coast to be much more enjoyable and better informed. Your exposure from minute organisms to the massive assault on the senses of the geology are explained within the text. Background information on the geology, habitats, climate and human history complement the well illustrated guide to the primary plants and animals you may see. Boxed bits of information then provide hints and in-depth aspects of many issues such as wildlife watching, crocodiles, tides, fire, fishing, cruising and best practices for visitors. For those wanting more there is a reading list, important contacts listing and index. This is essential reading for anyone wanting to explore our last great wilderness - the Kimberley Coast.

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