Further reading and online resources
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Further reading This book focusses on the birds you are most likely to encounter during a safari in Kruger . Inevitably, with over 500 species recorded in the park, you may come across a bird that is not covered and want to know what it is . You may also want to know more about the other animals you encounter on your travels . If this is the case, do not despair – there are a number of books that cover all of the birds recorded in South Africa, and a sister guide to this publication that covers the mammals, reptiles and frogs you are likely to see . These are listed below as recommended further reading . Barnes, K . Animals of Kruger National Park . Published in 2016 in the Princeton WILDGuides Wildlife Explorer series by Princeton University Press . Carnaby, T . Beat about the bush – birds . Published in 2008 by Jacana Media Chittenden, H . and Whyte, I . Roberts Bird Guide Kruger National Park and adjacent lowveld. Published in 2009 by the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund . Fourie, P .F . Kruger National Park Questions and Answers . Published in 2014 by Struik . Hilton-Barber, B and Arthur, L . The Prime Origins Guide to Best Birding in Kruger . Published in 2008 by Prime Origins . Hockey, P .A .R ., Dean, R . and Ryan, P .G .R . Robert’s Birds of Southern Africa . Published in 2005 by the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund . Sinclair, I ., Hockey, P ., Tarboton, W . and Ryan, P . SASOL Birds of Southern Africa. Published in 2011 by Struik . Tarboton, W . and Ryan, P . Guide to Birds of the Kruger National Park. Published in 2016 by Struik . Taylor, M .R ., Peacock, F . and Wanless, R .M . The 2015 Eskom Red Data Book of Birds of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. Published in 2015 by BirdLife South Africa . Online resources www .adu .org .za – The amazing animal demography unit runs a variety of bird-based citizen science projects, from atlassing to road counts . Anyone can get involved so if you have a yearning to contribute to some citizen science, check out what is on offer . www .sanparks .org – South African National Parks website and booking portal . Extensive information relating to the park, and also the way to book your own stay . www .krugerpark .co .za – Your one-stop shop for private and self-drive safaris and loads of information regarding the park . www .facebook .com/groups/krugerparkearth/–LargestandmostactiveFacebookcommunity sharing photos, information and stories about Kruger Park . 216 ...


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