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The Flight of the Condor; a wildlife exploration of the Andes [*SIGNED*], Andrews, Michael Alford

Author    Andrews, Michael Alford

Title   The Flight of the Condor; a wildlife exploration of the Andes [*SIGNED*]

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fine in Near Fine dj

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   London Collins / British Broadcasting Corporation 1982

ISBN Number    0-00-219545-3 / 9780002195454

Inscription   Signed by Author

Seller ID   20992

[no discernible wear to book; jacket similarly nice, with just one tiny tear and associated wrinkling/edgewear along top edge of rear panel]. (B&W and color photographs) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the verso of the half-title page, to a colleague: "___ / Thanks for helping to / make the series such a success / and winning the 'best of the festival' / award with Prog 3 at Missoula 1982. / Mike Andrews." Per the jacket blurb: "It takes courage, persistence and inspiration to capture on film this vast kaleidoscope of raw Nature. Michael Andrews resolved for the BBC TV Natural History Unit to do just this, meeting the challenge of the contintent of superlatives my making the most comprehensive and wide-ranging filmic exploration of the Andes to date. In this book, based on that series, Michael Andrews describes in vivid detail the landscape and ecology, the flora and fauna." Signed by Author

South America Documentary Film Signed

Price = 45.00 USD



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