Everything you need to understand or teach Cry of the Kalahari by Mark James Owens.
Mark and Delia Owens meet as students at Georgia State University. They have much in common, especially their love for animals of the wild. They decide to self-fund a research project in Africa. They temporarily quit school, take on rather menial jobs and save their money toward their goal. After three long years, they take their savings augmented by money received for selling everything they have and head to Africa. They arrive in Johannesburg, take a short plane hop to Botswana and from a small village named Maun they venture out to the uncharted Kalahari Desert wildlife reserve. In a third-hand Land Rover that is not without its mechanical problems, they travel over rough terrain and arrive at Deception Valley where they will, unknown to them at the time, spend the next seven years.
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