Garden Birds of Southern Africa: Classic Edition

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13-digit ISBN No: 978-0-620-20353-1
10-digit ISBN No. 0-620-20353-6

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Price: R229.00

SOUTH AFRICA’S MOST LOVED BIRD POSTER

The Korck Publishing Wall Poster “Newman’s Garden Birds of Southern Africa (Classic Edition)”

Kenneth Newman’s beautiful bird paintings, which he painted with amazing deftness and passion, have delighted millions. Almost on his own, Ken revolutionised the way ordinary people could relate to birds

The “Newman Garden Birds of Southern Africa” wall poster was the very first large volume Natural History wall poster published in South Africa, and quickly found its way into tens of thousands of homes. Today it still shares in the public affection for Kenneth Newman’s work.

Among the bird families represented on this poster are: barbet, bulbul, canary, crow, cuckoo, dove, flycatcher, kingfisher, mousebird, owl, pigeon, plover, prinia, robin, sparrow, starling, sunbird, swallow, swift, thrush, warbler & weaver.

Whether you are a serious bird watcher or not, one thing is guaranteed …you will love this poster.

“Garden Birds of Southern Africa – (Classic Edition)” is one of 36 beautifully illustrated natural history posters produced by Korck Publishing, South Africa, and available now, world-wide, at a price you can afford!

This poster will adorn any wall at home, in the waiting room, at the office or in school or university. It will make a perfect gift not just for bird enthusiasts but for nature lovers in general.

We find that many people buy our posters for their children’s bedrooms to encourage them to have a lifelong interest in nature and its wonderful creatures.

The wall poster measures 860 mm x 594 mm (33.9” x 23.4”). The poster is double laminated (ie laminated both sides) for ultimate protection, and will be shipped to you in a sturdy postal tube. Many of our customers throughout the world choose to frame or blockmount the poster such is the quality and impact of the poster itself.