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29th Jan 2023
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The most spectacular collection of Southern African bird photographs ever assembled, this visually stunning two-volume book showcases our abundant birdlife in all its magnificent diversity. With more than 1 400 photographs of 960 bird species recorded in the region, The Ultimate Companion for Birding in Southern Africa captures the birds in their natural habitats and reveals some of their interesting and unusual behaviour.

Complemented by fascinating descriptions and interesting observations from 18 of southern Africa’s top birding authorities, The Ultimate Companion for Birding in Southern Africa has been put together in a unique and easy to read format that can be understood and enjoyed by anyone, bird-watcher or beginner alike.

100% of the profits from this book are going to The Unlimited Child, an NGO that gets educational toys into underprivileged crèches throughout South Africa. By buying this book you will be helping The Unlimited Child to develop the leaders of tomorrow with specially designed toys to give children the stimulation they need to achieve their potential in life,.


Peter Ginn is well-known for his first book, The Complete Book of Southern African Birds. This book takes bird books as we know them to a whole new level with his incredible insight, specialist bird knowledge and exceptional photography.

Geoff McIlleron teamed up with Peter Ginn for the second time since the resounding success of their book, The Complete Book of Southern African Birds. Geoff’s life-long love of the natural world and dedication to its photography has seen him put together a personal collection of photographs covering well over 600 southern African bird species.

Contact Peter Ginn to get a signed copy of the book at pgbs@cyberperk.co.za

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