The Wildebeest's guide to South Africa

The Whales of Walker Bay

Cover of The Whales of Walker Bay

Author: Noel Ashton

Number of pages: 98

Year published: 2006

Edition: 1st

Published by: Oceans of Africa

Softcover

ISBN: 0 620 37037 8

The Wildebeest's Review of The Whales of Walker Bay

The Wildebeest reviewing a book

“The Whales of Walker Bay” is a great book and the result of one person’s passion for these large mammals. Author Noel Ashton is a naturalist, artist and now author.

The book is published in a horizontal format, which I assume is to allow the whales to be illustrated in the best possible way. Although the book does have some photographs, it is Noel’s paintings and drawings, which dominate each page. There is no need for these illustrations to be in colour, as colour doesn’t play an important role in identification. It is all about shape and habits.

There are only three species included in “The Whales of Walker Bay.” They are the Southern Right Whale, Humpback Whale and Bryde’s Whale.

Overall, this book will add to anyone’s knowledge of whales and will certainly assist those who are lucky enough to see one of these whales from near or from far.

Some of the subjects in this publication

Walker Bay - Page: 1
Hermanus - Page: 1
Southern Right Whale - Page: 41
Humpback Whale - Page: 67
Brydes Whale - Page: 81

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