- Book Title: Fly Vulture
- Author: Mervyn Cowie
- ISBN: MWB951325
- Publisher: Harrap
- Year Published: 1962
- Our Normal Price: £25.30 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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- Description: George Harrap 1962, reprint of the 1961 first edition: red cloth hardcover with gilt lettered black title label to upper spine: approx. 14 X 21 cms tall: decorative dust jacket: black and white photographic illustrations. Synopsis: Mervyn Cowie ‘s memoirs covering a childhood in the exciting pioneer world of 1914 Kenya; his involvement with the inception of the Kenyan National Park and encounters with wild animals and courageous Masai tribesman ; his problems with ivory poachers and the National Game Parks Policy Committee; the major role he played in the creation of the film “Where No Vultures Fly” and the Royal family’s subsequent interest ; personal details of the memorable visit to Treetops by Princess Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh; the Mau Mau rebellion ; and his crusade to preserve the Mzima Springs: . Condition: dust jacket edges rubbed and with small repairs: ownership inscription: edges foxed: overall clean firm and good
- Condition: See Above
- Dustcover: Yes
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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