As part of Interlink's Travellers' Wildlife Guides, this entry on Thailand focuses heavily on ecotourism, and how this discipline can lead to a more rewarding tour of the area's parks and preserves. Pearson (Arizona State U.) and Beletsky, a professional wildlife biologist, have included hundreds of photographs and illustrations identifying almost 600 common denizens of Thailand's rain forests, including insects and fish. This book has been designed to be both comprehensive and compact, so it will be easier for any ecotourist to bring it along on a hike or tour. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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David L. Pearson is a research professor in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. He is co-author of The New Key to Ecuador and the Galapagos and of Ecuador in this series.
Les Beletsky is a professional wildlife biologist and former university zoology teacher. Prior to taking up writing wildlife guides, he conducted many years of field research into the ecology and behavior of birds. He is the author of numerous books, including Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Peru in this series.
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