The information in the three books will be of particular value to:

  • scholars
  • students at tertiary education institutions,
  • social and environmental historians,
  • biodiversity conservation policy-makers,
  • planners and managers at national and provincial government levels,
  • private nature/game reserve owners,
  • game farmers,
  • tourism authorities and entrepreneurs, and
  • strategic environmental assessment and environmental impact assessment practitioners.

Readers with an interest in the natural and social history of the region in question will find considerable value in this perspective of the larger mammal species that occurred on these landscapes, and how they interacted with the people who visited or lived there.

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