Author: Bill Clark
Hardcover: 228 pages
Publisher: Little Brown and Company; 1st ed edition (December 1989)
Bill Clark was the curator of the Hai-Bar Wildlife refuge in Eilat, Israel between 1980 and 1982. The Hai-Bar refuge’s main mandate was the restoration of biblical wildlife to Israel’s Negev Desert. This book delves into the complicated world of wildlife care and re-introduction into the harsh environemt of the Negev Desert. It also touches on the often difficult relationship that wildlife management encounters while dealing with the political realm of middle eastern politics. Overall, an excellent read! This often comedic and informative account covers such diverse topics as
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