Tells the definitive story of this spectacular archipelago Wide appeal- combines history and exploration, natural history and geology.
Paul D. Stewart is an Emmy award-winning wildlife cameraman with the BBC's Natural History Unit and has published numerous articles in leading science and conservation journals.
"The sumptuous illustrations had me positively drooling to gawp at the giant tortoises bellowing as they copulate incessantly in the warm rain, to feel the Galapagos hawk land with a thunk on my backpack...this is a rich tale of triumph and tragedy well told..." -- Peter Marren * BBC Wildlife magazine *
"The definitive single volume on the Galapagos that ecotourists and readers from all walks of life have been awaiting."" -- Margaret Lowman, author of Life in the Treetops and co- author of It's a Jungle Up There: More Tales from the Treetops"