Bruce Kinloch's unique career included the posts of Chief Game Warden of Uganda, Tanzania and Malawi. In this book he recounts the fascinating and constant struggle to preserve Africa's wildlife heritage, especially its dwindling herds of elephants. In The Shamba Raiders, Bruce Kinloch tells the fascinating story of the constant struggle to preserve Africa's wild life heritage, especially its dwindling herds of elephants. Ivory poachers, devious middlemen, uncaring and bigotted officials all add to a game warden's worries, apart from the need to safeguard the crops and lvelihood of the indigenous population. Bruce's encunters with Rogue Elephants, buffalo and poachers make thrilling reading and highlight the unsung work of the game wardens and their assistants who daily put their lives at risk. But it is not all work and Bruce's description of fishing for the giant Nile Perch below the Murchison Falls will make any angler's mouth water!
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Book Description Collins; Harvill Press, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11000261751X