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"Work on the Wild side (Chikyu Borantia Kiko:  Yasei Seibutsu Hogo no Genba Kara ) "  (1997) published by Diamond Ltd.)

The book raises numerous conservation issues by focusing on nine threatened species/habitat projects that accept paying layperson volunteers. It is written from a participant’s eye view.  Projects covered:- wolf, (Bialowieza, Poland),  black rhino (Hwange, Zimbabwe),  Nile crocodile (Natal, S.Africa), raptors (Cumbria, England),  sea turtles (Hawaii, Guatemala),  gibbons (Phuket, Thailand), Kakapo (Little Barrier, New Zealand),  coral reefs (Negros, Philippines),  marine life, particularly sharks and cetaceans (Mull, Scotland).  


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