Menagerie Manor

Menagerie Manor

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Menagerie Manor is Gerald Durrell's account of how he set up his zoo in Jersey. Surrounded by a team of devoted helpers, this is a tale of teamwork and devotion to the cause. Besides the human dramas, Durrell reveals a host of fascinating practical details about animal health and behaviour, as well as stories of the individual animals themselves. This is an extremely entertaining and informative book chronicling the fulfilment of Gerald Durrell's lifelong ambition.
Publisher: Harmondsworth etc. : Penguin, 1979
ISBN: 9780140025224
0140025227
Branch Call Number: 590.73 DUR
Characteristics: 172 p. : ill. ; 18 cm

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Aug 28, 2010

This is the story of the founding of Durrell's private zoo, the Manor of Les Augres, on the English Channel island of Jersey.

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