[Tweeters] anyone going to Kenya's Rift Valley or the Serengeti?

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Thu Aug 7 01:06:03 PDT 2014


hello everyone,

i have some field guides that someone (or several someones) on the list may
wish to field-test. the books:

Birds of Kenya's Rift Valley by Adam Scott Kennedy (Princeton)
Birds of the Serengeti by Adam Scott Kennedy (Princeton)
Animals of the Serengeti by Vicki Kennedy (Princeton)

they are beautiful books and are in need of a good home where they will be
(1) used and (2) loved. i am willing to mail them -- either one, two or all
three of them -- to you in exchange for a review of each book after you've
"field tested" it. which of course, means you must be visiting these areas
at some point in the near future (next six months or so?) and be willing to
honestly talk/write about whether the book was useful, and in what ways it
was useful. it would be helpful for your review of the book if you have a
few months to study these field guides prior to departure on your African
adventure.

if you are interested, contact me off-list at grrlscientist at gmail.com to
talk about this more. (i only check this email address once per day, the
other email address is constantly monitored via a silicon chip embedded
inside my skull.)

cheers,

--
GrrlScientist
Devorah Bennu, PhD
birdologist at gmail.com
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