Madagascar Wildlife: A Visitors Guide
Hilary Bradt, Nick Garbutt, & Derek Schuurman
This handy guide describes and illustrates in color photographs 250 species of Malagasy animals, not just the lemurs, fossas and other endemic mammals but also birds, reptiles and invertebrates. With chapters on habitats, ecology and conservation. Third edition.
Birds of the Indian Ocean Islands Birds of the Indian Ocean Islands
Ian Sinclair & Olivier Langrand
This revised edition, including many new illustrations by Norman Arlott, Peter Hayman and others, covers 500 birds of Madagascar, Comoros, Mauritius, Reunion, Rodrigues and Seychelles.
Coral Reef Fishes
Ewald Lieske & Robert Myers
This compact handbook features 2,500 illustrations of shallow-water fishes around the world.
Fishwatcher's Field Guide Indian Ocean
A double-sided card illustrating 70 fishes of Seychelles, Maldives and neighboring islands.
Lemurs of Madagascar, Conservation International Tropical Field Guide
Conservation International & Stephen D. Nash
Updated with 30 new species, this third edition of the definitive field guide to all 101 species and subspecies of lemurs features 500 color illustrations, range maps, drawings and detailed, authoritative chapters on natural history and conservation.
Lemurs of Madagascar, Diurnal & Cathemeral
This handy laminated fold-up card, illustrated by Stephen Nash, focuses on the 34 species of lemur active, at least part-time, during the day.
Lemurs of Madagascar, Nocturnal Lemurs
Stephen D. Nash
This handy laminated fold-up card, with color illustrations, range maps and checklist, includes the 65 nocturnal species of lemur.
Mammals of Madagascar
An invaluable compact guide with full-page color photographs of each species.
Southern African Birdfinder: Where to Find 1,400 Bird Species in Southern Africa and Madagascar
Claire Spottiswoode, Callan Cohen & Jonathan Rossouw
An illustrated field guide to 39 bird routes and more than 330 birding sites throughout Southern Africa and Madagascar full of helpful information for the birder.
Freytag & Berndt
A clear shaded relief map of Madagascar at a scale of 1:2,000,000.
Bradt Guide Madagascar
Now in its 11th edition, Bradt's comprehensive guide to Madagascar, its history, people and nature remains our model for guidebooks: personal, culturally astute and an absolute pleasure to read. With photographs, sketch maps and wise travel information.
Lonely Planet Madagascar & Comoros
Lonely Planet Publications
In the Lonely Planet hallmark style, this practical guide to Madagascar features a good overview of culture, history and nature, maps and much nuts-and-bolts information on excursions, accommodations and sightseeing.
The Song of the Dodo
Well-spoken and engaging, Quammen narrates his adventures on the trail of natural wonders in Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Galapagos and Komodo and explains complex evolutionary phenomena with humor, wit and understanding.
Steven M. Goodman
Goodman and his colleagues present a stunning variety of life that went extinct on Madagascar, an island with such biodiversity that it currently boasts over 100 species of lemur.
Alfred Russel Wallace
A popular account of the natural history of island groups by Darwin's contemporary and co-presenter of the theory of evolution by natural selection.
Madagascar, The Eighth Continent
Tyson interweaves an account of his time in the field with travel, history and ecology for this wide-ranging report on life in Madagascar.
The Natural History of Madagascar
Steven Goodman & Jonathan P. Benstead
Hundreds of experts contributed to this important, scholarly overview of geology, climate, wildlife, plants and conservation.
The Remarkable Baobab
A celebration of the tremendous, twisted baobabs of Africa, Madagascar and Australia in 60 large-format color photographs.
Vanilla, Travels In Search Of The Ice Cream Orchid
A BBC journalist's lively account of travels to the vanilla-growing regions of Mexico, Madagascar, Reunion and Tahiti on the trail of the prized orchid, its history, cultivation and allure.
HISTORY & CULTURE
Madagascar, A Short History
Stephen Ellis & Solofo Randrianja
A gracefully written summary of two thousand years of human history on Madagascar. The island's inhabitants, the Malagasy, remain one of the world's most least-known societies.
The Future of the Past
A survey of conservation and threats to cultures and monuments around the world. In these provocative essays, Stille travels to places as disparate as Sicily, China and Madagascar.