Chris Stuart

Der Brite Chris Stuart ist Tierforscher und Autor von zahlreichen Säugetier-Führern für das südliche Afrika.

Der Brite Chris Stuart ist Tierforscher und Autor von zahlreichen Säugetier-Führern für das südliche Afrika. Hier mit seiner Ehefrau Tilde Stuart.

Der Brite Chris Stuart ist Tierforscher und Autor von zahlreichen Säugetier-Führern für das südliche Afrika.

Chris Stuart wurde im englischen Yorkshire geboren. Seine Ausbildung erhielt er sowohl in Großbritannien als auch in Südafrika, wo er seinen Master-Abschluß in Zoologie an der University of Natal ablegte. Chris Stuart entschied sich, im Raum Südafrika zu bleiben und arbeitete dort bei einigen Naturschutzbehörden, beispielweise beim Cape Department of Nature and Environmental Conservation, beim Albany Museum und auch bei der Namib Desert Research Station in Namibia. Chris Stuart ist Mitglied der the Cat Specialist Group der International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources und gründete mit seiner Ehefrau, Tilde Stuart, das African Carnivore Research Programme und das African-Arabian Wildlife Research Centre. Mit ihr zusammen schrieb Chris Stuart zahlreiche zoologische Führer für Säuge- und Raubtiere.


Stuart, Chris im Namibiana-Buchangebot

My first book of Southern African animal tracks

My first book of Southern African animal tracks

My first book of Southern African Animal Tracks introduces 55 different types of animals and their footprints.

Stuarts' Field Guide to Mammals of Southern Africa

Stuarts' Field Guide to Mammals of Southern Africa

Stuart's Field Guide to Mammals of Southern Africa covers near to 400 mammal species including Angola, Zambia and Malawi since the 5th edition of 2015.

Behaviour briefs: Quick guide to southern and East African animal behaviour

Behaviour briefs: Quick guide to southern and East African animal behaviour

Why do they do that and what next? Behaviour briefs is a quick guide to southern and East African animal behaviour.

On Track: Quick ID Guide to Southern and East African Animal Tracks

On Track: Quick ID Guide to Southern and East African Animal Tracks

On Track is a quick identification guide to tracks of Southern and East African most commonly found mammals, reptiles, rodents, birds and insects.

A Field Guide to the Tracks & Signs of Southern, Central and East African Wildlife

A Field Guide to the Tracks & Signs of Southern, Central and East African Wildlife

Latest edition of A Field Guide to the Tracks & Signs of Southern, Central and East African Wildlife.

National Parks and Nature Reserves: A South African Field Guide

National Parks and Nature Reserves: A South African Field Guide

National Parks and Nature Reserves: A South African Field offers a comprehensive overview of 43 parks, reserves and wilderness areas.

Dangerous creatures of Africa

Dangerous creatures of Africa

The focus of Dangerous creatures of Africa is on understanding, identifying, avoiding and surviving these potential hazards of the African wilds.

Taschenführer: Säugetiere, Südliches Afrika

Taschenführer: Säugetiere, Südliches Afrika

Der Taschenführer Säugetiere: Südliches Afrika, legt seinen Schwerpunkt auf die größeren, öfter gesehenen Tierarten, schließt allerdings auch einige ungewöhnliche Arten ein.

Mammals Of East Africa Pocket Guide

Mammals Of East Africa Pocket Guide

Mammals Of East Africa Pocket Guide covers all of the common and some of the less common mammal species.

Mammals of Southern Africa Pocket Guide

Mammals of Southern Africa Pocket Guide

Authoritative and colourfully illustrated, Mammals of Southern Africa Pocket Guide offers concise information.

Field Guide to Mammals of Southern Africa

Field Guide to Mammals of Southern Africa

A total of 337 species are covered in this fully revised comprehensive field guide to mammals of Southern Africa.

Traveller's Wildlife Guide Southern Africa

Traveller's Wildlife Guide Southern Africa

Traveller's Wildlife Guide Southern Africa introduces 500 of Southern Africa’s most common amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa

Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa

Over 400 colour photos, with concise, pertinent information highlighting the diagnostic features of each species

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

From the series 'Great Game Parks of Africa' this is a portrait of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Sasol Roadside Guide. Cape Town-Port Elizabeth: Discovering Nature Along the N2

Sasol Roadside Guide. Cape Town-Port Elizabeth: Discovering Nature Along the N2

The Sasol Roadside Guide Cape Town-Port Elizabeth: Discovering Nature Along the N2 interprets the surrounding countryside - plants, birds, mammals, reptiles, agriculture, geology.

A Photographic Guide to Mammals of Southern, Central and East Africa

A Photographic Guide to Mammals of Southern, Central and East Africa

A Photographic Guide to Mammals of Southern, Central and East Africa introduces 152 mammal species of each family group.

Field Guide to Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife

Field Guide to Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife

Related to Southern African and East African Wildlife, this great field guide is about their tracks and signs, like droppings, feeding signs, scent marks and others.