Official Review: A Vanishing Kind

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Post by RayRuff »

It is such an important topic to talk/write about. I especially like how you mentioned it's written in simple grammar. This will increase the range of the audience quite a bit. Thank you for a lovely review.
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This book will very well educate me on Wildlife conservation techniques. Congrats on BOTD!
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Post by Jenniferg_1105 »

This sounds like a wonderful and even educational book. John Wamsley sounds like an ambitious man. Conservation is so important. I like to see books that highlight this.
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Post by Pandora10 »

This memoir intrigues me and I believe it will be a story that I will find enjoyable. Dr John Wamsley was a bit of a Maverick. I appreciated the map at the beginning of the book and I find his story quite fascinating. The piece about the Weet-bix made me smile, because I could relate to that. Thanks for the excellent review which further encourages me to read the rest of the story.
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Post by B Creech »

Thanks for the great review! This book sounds like an informative biography with information on wildlife. It would be interesting to read about wildlife in Australia as I have always had a desire to visit there.
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Post by REIGNING20 »

The educative nature of this book is actually what attracts me to it. Thank you for the review.
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Post by Gracereadsbooks79 »

sounds like an amazing Biography of the development of a wildlife preserve and a man who was called to action.
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Post by mlh6fn »

I'm glad there are people like John fighting for nature conservation and I'm curious how he battled regulatory obstacles thrown at him from the government. Thanks for the review!
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Post by enna_idEsrun »

This autobiography about wildlife preservation and conservation sounds like it promises to be a satisfying read. Curious to read about John Wamsley's journey to save native plants and animals from extinction. I absolutely will be adding this one to my shelves. Thanks for your great review!
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Post by Mooya Kaula »

The conversation about wildlife sounds good to read. And am glad to know that there are people like John who fight to protect nature, animals and its habitat.
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Post by Gbemisola Akinremi »

My husband would find this book interesting as he's a wildlife lover. As for me, I'll pass on this. A well highlighted review.
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Post by AvidBibliophile »

I commend any soul who would work so tirelessly to keep native plants and animals safe from extinction.🦘
I also love the thought of relevant pictures appearing throughout this book! I look forward to checking this one out. Lovely review!
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Post by monicamu »

Sadly, there are too few stories like this. One can only hope that this provides inspiration to others to follow similar paths, however difficult that may be. A definite must-read' for me.
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Post by BreeAnn Whittaker 4 »

This is what the world does with those that are on the verge of extinction and people go out of they're way to make sure that certain plants and animals don't go out of extinction. This book shows how to withstand anything to protect whatever it is that people are protecting.
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Post by CJJENA »

Our native animals were fast disappearing pre-Walmsley and today they stand a chance. And here it is in a fascinating series of discussion with John, recounted by author, Steven Davey. Single handed he worked to change official thinking and the laws on feral cat control. Congrats for BOTD.
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