Name ID 264
Iwago, Mitsuaki Serengeti: Natural Order on the African Plain
Extract Date: 1982-1984
I lived in the park for a year and a half, from August 1982 to March 1984. ... With my wife and four-year-old daughter, I rented a small house in a village called Seronera, located in the centre of the park. Its population consists of six hundred Tanzanians who are rangers in the park or employees of the tourist lodges.
1987 Publishes: Iwago, Mitsuaki Serengeti: Natural Order on the African Plain
Roughguides Internet Bookreview 1996
Stunning scenes and portraits from Serengeti (the Tanzanian continuation of the Maasai Mara) from a master photographer. Simply the best volume of wildlife photography ever assembled, this makes most glossies look feeble. If you're trying to persuade someone to visit East Africa - or if any aesthetic argument were needed to preserve the parks and animals - this is the book to use.
[The best book of photographs of the Serengeti. Bought in Nairobi by Colin, to commemorate our trip in 1994.]